The Master SVV VE course trains the next generation of competent executives in the fields of wine advice, wine legislation and research to optimize sustainable viticulture. This training responds to the current challenges of the wine industry, which strives to optimize cultivation practices that are more respectful of the environment.
This course is co-accredited between the Faculty of Marketing and Agrosciences of the University of Haute-Alsace in Colmar and the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, the studies take place within the two establishments.ProgramThe training is provided over two years. Part of the teaching takes place in Colmar, the other part in Reims. Students tackle all current issues related to the wine industry with lessons in the form of CM, TD, TP, conferences, outings to the vineyard and company visits. The teaching is multidisciplinary in order to best prepare students for their future professional life: Biology and Physiology of the Vine, Soil Sciences, Viticultural Strategies and Practices, Smart Viticulture, Phytosanitary Treatments, Legislation, Marketing, English, etc.
Prerequisites and admissionsThe prerequisites to register for this training are as follows:Hold a bac + 3 or equivalent diploma (180 ECTS credits) in the fields of Vine and Wine, agronomy, environment, biology, biochemistry or equivalent.
Have a solid scientific training and knowledge in agronomy, as well as a real motivation for trades in the wine sector.
Students of foreign nationality must provide proof of a certified B2 / C1 level of FrenchEmployment prospectsThe SVV Master in Viticulture and Environment offers many job prospects: wine advisor in a trading company or chamber of agriculture, winegrower, agronomist, teacher in agricultural and wine schools, design office, environmental project manager, wine nursery manager, audit / certifications (HVE, AB), etc.