The programme provides a research-based education to students who are likely to contribute in their future careers to meeting the major challenges associated with the life and environmental sciences and technologies. These challenges include:
producing, transforming and using agricultural, forest and marine bio-resources in a highly restrictive energy and environmental context protecting and managing natural resources organising, managing and making use of the territories, natural spaces and landscapes offering healthy and safe foods and bio-products adapted to man’s various consumption needs ensuring animal safety and helping to protect human health through better knowledge of zoonoses and emerging diseases
The preferred branches are biology and ecology, geosciences, physics and applied physics, landscape sciences and geography, agronomic sciences, biochemistry, microbiology, physiology and chemistry (License level, 4 year equivalent university degree).
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