International Master's degrees

The Master's degree corresponds to Bac+5 level training, in accordance with the European designation

Normally it takes 2 years to complete following a Bachelor-level qualification (equivalent of Bac+3).

Foreign students have priority when it comes to acquiring a Master's degree at PURPAN. Developed within the context of a network of universities and with a strong focus on vocational training, the Master's degrees offered by PURPAN focus on the agricultural and food processing industries.

Master's (The Agrofood Chain)

Guided by the 'Toulouse Agri Campus' business pole, the goal of this Master's is to encourage an analysis of innovation in life sciences in order to face trends in the agricultural and food processing industries.

http://toulouseagricampus.fr/Formation/Formation-initiale/Master-AgroFood-Chain

Master's in Agroecology (European Master of Science Agroecology)

Apart from the obvious economic and social dimension, the challenges for agriculture are a source of new concerns for society: environmental preservation and guaranteeing the quality and safety of products and land, with the aim of fostering sustainable development. Students discover the structure and functions of complex agro-ecosystems in order to offer sustainable production systems.

http://www.agroecos.fr

Master's in Food Identity

Farmland is a living and innovative space where products evolve in line with scientific and technical progress, while respecting cultural identity. Production of characteristic products, associated with their local region, is therefore a source of local economic, rural and sustainable development. It is these subjects which those who participate in this programme will analyse in depth.

http://www.masterfoodidentity.com/

Master's EURAMA (European Animal Management)

Enriching oneself with comparative analysis of European animal industries and markets.

Designed in conjunction with Fésia schools and the Universities of Wageningen and Barcelona, within the context of a Master's degree, the course focuses on an analysis of the various organisations and unique characteristics of the livestock industry in Europe.
 

http://www.eurama.org/