Master's Degree in Life Sciences in Mont-Saint-Aignan in France

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Life Sciences

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

Biological & life sciences is an area of science that studies how different processes, such as chemical, physical, and geological, shape how living organisms interact on earth together. Classes may include ecology, physiology, and evolution.

France offers a superb higher education system to not only its citizens but also foreigners. The country's dynamic culture attracts foreign students and those interested in pursuing international courses. France has a tradition of scientific and technological innovation. This ensures that scholars fully utilize their creativity.

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Master engineer for agronomy and agro-industries

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

Feeding the Planet of sustainable and lasting way be player in agricultural and transitions (energy, environment ...): these are the challenges for engineers in agriculture. [+]

Engineer in Agronomy and Agribusiness

Please Note That this program is Entirely taught in FRENCH

From field to plate, agriculture covers a wide range of industries. This is one of the only engineering business that is interested in microscopic life as the life of human societies. Agriculture, food processing, agro-ecology, agromachinisme are all moving sectors to feed the world in a sustainable and lasting way.

Far from the clichés, agriculture plays an important and leading role in energy and environmental transitions. They are open and functions engaged in the digital transformation. Becoming an engineer in agriculture is to be an actor of this upheaval, at the heart of global issues. This is contributing to the development of innovative solutions for efficient and responsible farming. It is choosing a trade to invent the future.... [-]


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.... [-]


Erasmus Mundus Master Program in Plant Breeding

UniLaSalle
Campus Full time 2 years August 2018 France Beauvais Mont-Saint-Aignan Paris + 2 more

The Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in Plant Breeding (emPLANT) designed by 5 leading European universities is focused on plant improvement and the creation of new plant varieties. In a climate of increasing global demand for both food and non-food agricultural production, and a quest for sustainable growth in agricultural productivity, emPLANT addresses these challenges via plant genetics and improvement. [+]

Erasmus Mundus Master Program in Plant Breeding

In its report entitled "World Agriculture: towards 2015/2030", the FAO outlines the need for an approximate 60% increase in agricultural production by 2050, in order to meet the nutritional requirements of the world’s human population. This growth will, in part, be built upon an increase in yields, in particular via the genetic improvement of plants. There have been major advances in this field over the last twenty years, as a result of new molecular and cellular biology technologies reaching far beyond the confines of plant transgenics. In this positive context, plant breeding companies and food manufacturing and various non-food manufacturing companies are expressing a growing need for plant breeders who are able to understand and manage increasingly diverse technologies in order to meet more complex and varied objectives. This burgeoning demand is becoming ever more apparent, in the face of a dwindling number of university courses on offer in this field. What is more, the handful of one-year courses specializing in plant breeding do not cover the entire field of activity of a plant breeder in today’s context.... [-]