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AgroFood Chain

Last modification on: 10/01/2014 - 14:25

Summary of the programme

The purpose of this Master course, opened to students worldwide, is to create awareness of the scientific, social and economic realities of the modern agrofood industry and to provide scientific and practical training in an international context. The 2-year program prepares future researchers and executives for international careers in the sectors of agriculture, agrofood, environment, non-food valorisation of agro-resources.
The purpose of this Master is also to face the major changes in the agricultural and agrofood sectors, and to meet the issues of sustainable development.

Excellence in teaching and research

  • Toulouse is a centre of scientific excellence, boasting research laboratories of international renown and an outstanding concentration of scientists in the domain of Agro biosciences.
  • The teaching/research staffs are involved in leading-edge research activities within international networks.

A multidisciplinary program
Beyond the scientific fields of the domain, the curriculum also focuses on the issues of sustainable development: social, economic, environmental aspects. Approaches that will help students develop a truly global perspective.

A custom-made program

  • Each student will customize his own curriculum according to his/her fields of interest and career project.
  • Several specializations are offered as part of this research-oriented Master.


Degree awarded


Required level

Bachelor of Science, Engineering degree, 3 or 4 years of higher education depending the Masters entry level
TOEIC score : 750, IELTS score : 6, or equivalent



Application deadlines

 31 May

Credits ECTS

 60 ECTS / year

Starting dates

Early september (fall semester)
Early january (spring semecter)


 1 or 2 years

Tution fees

 Around 500 euros


Christian CHERVIN (masteragrofoodchain-toulouse.agricampus @ educagri.fr)

Coordinating Institution

 INP Toulouse

Partner Institutions


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