Master in Food Sciences in France

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Food Sciences

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Food sciences is a field of study that focuses on the biological composition of food as well as the chemical processes required to create foodstuffs. By learning about food sciences, individuals may be prepared to create safe and nutritious food products that can be delivered safely all around the world.

France, officially the French Republic, is a unitary semi-presidential republic located mostly in Western Europe, with several overseas regions and territories.

Top Master Programs in Food Sciences in France 2019

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Specialized Master in Collaborative Management in Food Innovation

ID4FOOD
Campus Full time September 2019 France Nantes

Collaborative innovation offers a new response to the problems faced by food companies when setting up innovation strategies. In a context of increased competition, the food industry needs cross-disciplinary executives with training in open and collaborative innovation who hold the keys to develop strategies in response to today’s and tomorrow’s economic, social and environmental issues. [+]

Collaborative innovation offers a new response to the problems faced by food companies when setting up innovation strategies. In a context of increased competition, the food industry needs cross-disciplinary executives with training in open and collaborative innovation who hold the keys to develop strategies in response to today’s and tomorrow’s economic, social and environmental issues.

The program ‘Mastère Spécialisé® Management Collaboratif de l’Innovation Alimentaire’ (‘Collaborative Management in Food Innovation’) aims to respond to these issues and to the needs of companies wishing to recruit cross-disciplinary executives and managers who play a major role in the innovation processes.... [-]


Engineer food and health

UniLaSalle
Campus Full time 1 - 5 years January 2019 France Beauvais Mont-Saint-Aignan Paris + 2 more

This engineer has the dual specialty Food and Health. This training also highlights the many relationships they have with each other, as in humans. [+]

Engineer Food and Health

Please Note That this program is Entirely taught in FRENCH

This engineer has the dual specialty Food and Health. This training also highlights the many relationships they have with each other, as in humans.

His training course opens up multiple opportunities in the fields of food processing, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, catering, public health, marketing and communication ...

Prevention specialist, nutrition and health benefits

An engineer from the specialty is formed to meet the new challenges of food through the mastery of tools, always more and more innovative. It is, for example, able to implement large-scale actions to induce consumer behavior change in the environment of public health or verify health claims for new food products, with actors world agribusiness.... [-]


Master in Food Politics

European School of Political and Social Sciences
Campus Full time 4 semesters September 2019 France Lille

Food and agriculture are fields in which major global challenges arise. In 2050, the world’s population is projected to rise to 10 billion people; and they all need to eat. Questions related to the organisation and regulation of our agrifood system are inherently political. They include the production, distribution, accessibility, and consumption of food, as well as issues related to public health, sustainability, animal welfare, poverty, science and technology, and trade. [+]

Master in Food Politics

The politics of eating and producing food

Food and agriculture are fields in which major global challenges arise. In 2050, the world’s population is projected to rise to 10 billion people; and they all need to eat. Questions related to the organisation and regulation of our agrifood system are inherently political. They include the production, distribution, accessibility, and consumption of food, as well as issues related to public health, sustainability, animal welfare, poverty, science and technology, and trade.

The master’s degree in Food Politics examines the ways in which public authorities (regional bodies, nation-states, European institutions, UN agencies) and private actors (individuals, farming communities and organisations, transnational businesses, researchers, NGOs, etc.) shape and transform the agri-food system. While the production of food is initiated at a local level, its distribution and consumption often have global implications. Understanding, analysing and acting upon these implications is key to steer, govern and transform our food system in the future. ... [-]