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Graduates of the Agroecology and Plant Health teaching program acquire the knowledge required for dealing with agricultural and environmental issues using a multi-disciplinary approach based on ecological principles. Both research and teaching center on studying the interactions between the biotic and abiotic factors in agricultural systems, and on environmental aspects of modern agriculture.
12-month non-thesis master degree.
Graduates who meet the requirements may transfer to the thesis track for a second year of studies leading to a master degree with thesis.
Scholarships – Full and partial scholarships for students from developing countries.
Scholarships are granted on a competitive basis.
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Letters of recommendation.
BSc degree in relevant field.
Supplementary courses may be required.
3,720 EURO for non research track.
Free of charge for research track with thesis
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