This international Master program integrates plant biotechnology and agrofood technology within course content in order to deal with innovation challenges in agriculture.
- Academic cooperation:
- Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Sciences Agronomiques de Bordeaux (France)
- University of Tsukuba (Japan)
- National Taiwan University (Taiwan)
- Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Chile)
- Admission requirements:
- Hold a Master (Year 1) degree (60 ECTS equivalent) in any field related to biology with majors in molecular biology, biochemistry and/or genetics.
- Program duration: 1 year (60 ECTS).
- Language requirements: English: certifiable equivalent of TOEFL score of 550/213/79-80 or IELTS score of 6.0.
- Level: Master degree (Year 2).
- Tuition fees: Master tuition fees applicable for the University of Bordeaux.
The Bordeaux Biology Agrosciences (B2AS) program offers an integrated multidisciplinary approach that is adapted to the realities of research (background research) as well as to the socio-economic sector (professional courses). The program objectives are to train and equip researchers and professionals to face the issues posed by agriculture in the 21st century. This is achived by integrating plant biotechnology and agrofood technology within course content in order to deal with the challenges of innovation in agriculture.
With such an integrated approach, the Master B2AS represents a meeting point between academia and professionals. During the program, students may specialize either in the field of plant biology, plant health, biotechnology, plant breeding, genetics, plant and human health benefits, food production and innovation. The wide partner network provides students with a range of complementary expertise. This means that specific competencies are developed for agriculture improvements.
P. Gallusci / F. Delmas / E. Gomes / G. Barrosso
Pathway Program Coordinators
The Bordeaux Biology AgroSciences Master is part of the University of Bordeaux Master program and is developed with the support of the French National Institute of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Research (INRAe) and the Bordeaux AgroScience Engineer School.