UniLaSalle

Introduction

UniLaSalle trains generalist engineers to hold high-level executive and top management positions in the following sectors especially: agriculture, food industry, food and health, geology and the environment.

Student intake is selective. Academic programmes are research-informed to support the curriculum of the great range of scientific disciplines taught at the school.

The teaching methods upheld by the school are dynamic and practical and put great emphasis on work placements. UniLaSalle students can make the best of their 5 years of study to develop the skills needed to achieve their career objectives.

Thus, as well as the human sciences included in the curriculum, a vibrant campus life, the comprehensive program of extra-curricular activities and the many academic or personal projects allow students to build up their confidence and fulfil their potential.

This is done through recognition of others, commitments and responsibilities. Such qualities are all necessary to future managers but also to anyone wishing to make a success of their life.

Our Values

The school wishes to encourage values such as respect, sense of commitment and voluntary work, belief in equality and equal opportunities for the poor and underprivileged. Proof of this commitment can be found in the personal supervision students receive from faculty members, the promotion of extra-curricular activities in the academic programme and the comprehensive education offered by campus life and its vibrant community life.

Indeed campus life offers an exceptional experience of collective living calling upon a sense of responsibility to serve others and resulting in lifelong friendships.

All of the above is the foundation of the school’s spirit and strength that is shared by the hundreds of thousands educated every year in UniLaSallian institutions around the world.

This school offers programs in:
  • English
  • French

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Programs

This school also offers:

MSc

Master of Science Agricultural Data Management & Decision Models

Campus Full time 18 months October 2018 France Beauvais

The "Data Management and Decision Models" Master of Science is at the interface of cutting-edge technology and the agriculture and food industries. [+]

Master of Science Agricultural Data Management & Decision Models Please note that this program is entirely taught in ENGLISH The "Data Management and Decision Models" Master of Science is at the interface of cutting-edge technology and the agriculture and food industries. Topics of study include processing data from connected devices such as drones, satellites, tablets and smartphones and data on the behavior of stakeholders in a given field, and managing and analyzing big data for decision-making purposes. It is widely believed that by 2020, big data will have had a revolutionary effect on companies in terms of management, research & development and marketing. The rapid development of digital technologies will result in the development of new approaches to agriculture, requiring new skills. The aim of the Master of Science is to train up data scientists for agriculture. Our course enjoys the support of several academic and industry partners, including the Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation (IUNG) in Pulawy (Poland), ISAGRI, Cap Seine, Coop de France, Defisol, INVENTIV IT, Agro EDI Europe, TheGreenData and F4F. Objectives A Master of Science with a strong focus on innovation and data science for agriculture Interdisciplinary teaching in English: agriculture, big data, mapping, data mining, computing, machinery, project management, sociology, etc. Jobs centered on new technologies Innovation with a project led by professionals Expert supervision by professionals and researchers Skills The focus is on expertise in big data management, which has become a key factor in company performance and growth. The course is... [-]

Master of Science Urban Agriculture and Green Cities

Campus Full time 18 months September 2018 France Beauvais

The MSc in Urban Agriculture and Green Cities aims to train future managers in urban agricultural and horticultural jobs according to an innovative and broad-based approach to planning, development and sustainability. [+]

Master of Science Urban Agriculture and Green Cities Please note that this program is entirely taught in ENGLISH With the likelihood of cities being denser by 2050, it is becoming essential to take a broader view of sustainable development when it comes to urban planning. In this context, urban agriculture is becoming an essential component of nature in the city and brings numerous solutions to the problems of humankind — overcrowding, shortage of agricultural land, climate change, etc. The MSc in Urban Agriculture and Green Cities aims to train future managers in urban agricultural and horticultural jobs according to an innovative and broad-based approach to planning, development and sustainability. The course has been designed to equip future graduates with the necessary tools and hybrid skills to develop in the public and private professional fi elds responsible for designing, implementing and monitoring innovative and multifunctional agricultural and horticultural projects in cities. Today, the capability a city has to implement biodiversity and plant restoration strategies raises many questions, mainly linked to how to bring together a project architecture based on the following fi ve main principles, within an overall strategy: Local, organic and high-yield food production Production and optimized use of renewable energies Rain and gray water reclamation and reuse Waste recycling Energy-plus building construction The purpose of introducing the Master of Science in Urban Agriculture and Green Cities is to design, implement and follow up projects based on agriculture and horticulture in cities, combining agronomic, architectural, environmental, energy, economic and social... [-]

Master

Engineer Food And Health

Campus Full time 1 - 5 years January 2018 France Beauvais

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. Marketing Specialist It controls each component of the food connotation to health, both in its technological developments in its most current scientific advances. It is thus able to offer even to drive the business strategies of companies in the sector, from initial product positioning health related to the stage of distribution. Specialist food chains in the formulation and food quality This is a capable engineer to set up a quality approach or research and development in the entire food production chain, until the stage of the agricultural raw material ' on delivery of the product ready for consumption. It is thus required to work in multiple sectors: food production and food supplements; pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, retail, catering, services ... Why become Engineer in Food and Health? This... [-]

Erasmus Mundus Master Program in Plant Breeding

Campus Full time 2 years August 2018 France Beauvais

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 specialising in plant breeding do not cover the entire field of activity of a plant breeder in today’s context.... [-]


Master Engineer For Agronomy And Agro-industries

Campus Full time 1 - 5 years January 2018 France Beauvais

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. 9 professional training courses on the Beauvais campus: Agroecology, soil, land and water Industrial Organization Agri Issues and challenges in animal production Agronomy and crop production on land Consulting and company management Agro-equipment and new technologies Marketing Initiate and develop innovative activity in agriculture Plant Breeding 8 professional training courses on the Rouen campus: Agronomy Territories, environment, agriculture food quality and safety agri marketing Business Management Biosciences, Scinces plant, and eco-production bioupgrading Agricultural Data Management and Decision Models urban agriculture and green cities Why become engineer for Agronomy and Agribusiness? Feeding the Planet of sustainable and lasting way, an actor of agricultural and transitions (energy, environment ...): these are the challenges for engineers Agronomy and Agribusiness. Following... [-]

Science Engineer Of The Land And Environment

Campus Full time 1 - 5 years January 2018 France Beauvais

The fragility of our planet requires the involvement of specialists able to carry out development projects environmentally friendly. Expert in the study of sub-soil, geological engineer is now the essential pivot of all exploration, exploitation and development, both in land area than sailor. [+]

Engineer in Geosciences and Environment Please Note That this program is Entirely taught in FRENCH Strong population growth worldwide requires increased research sources of drinking water, energy resources or mineral but also to optimize their use. The fragility of our planet requires the involvement of specialists able to carry out development projects environmentally friendly. Expert in the study of sub-soil, geological engineer is now the essential pivot of all exploration, exploitation and development, both in land area than sailor. Specialist in natural risks in geotechnics In the midst of Buildings and Public Works (BTP), the engineer must ensure soil stability to prevent the collapse of structures. Its main tasks in civil engineering will then collaborate in the work of recognition, the dimensioning and construction of various structures such as dams, bridges, dams, tunnels, highways ... It is also able to develop the territory to protect resources and prevent the collapse of the land. Specialist hydrogeology as industrial risks This engineer is often assigned to the prevention of industrial risks in connection with the environment. It can also become a professional storage of waste, water management or soil remediation. For example, when industrial uses water in its processes, wastewater is produced. We must then process the order not to pollute the rivers, groundwater, soils. Mineral Resources Specialist Today, the environment we live in is made up of minerals and metals, become vital in the functioning of our society. Thus, geological engineer involved in their exploration and exploitation, mostly in mines and... [-]

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Contact

LaSalle Beauvais

Address 19, rue Pierre Waguet Cedex
BP 30313 - 60026 Beauvais, Picardy, France
Website https://www.unilasalle.fr/