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ISARA-Lyon 23 rue Jean Baldassini 69364 Lyon cedex 07 FRANCE

: 00 33 (0) 4 27 85 85 85 Fax : 00 33 (0) 4 27 85 85 86 http://www.isara.fr

TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................. - 2 II. THE INSTITUTE ............................................................................................................. - 3 A. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................................. - 3 B. ACADEMIC CALENDAR .................................................................................................................................................. - 5 C. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE ....................................................................................................................... - 5 D. APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION PROCEDURE ................................................................................................. - 5 -

III. PRACTICAL INFORMATION...................................................................................... - 6 A. BEFORE YOUR ARRIVAL : FORMALITIES ................................................................................................................. - 6 B. LIVING COSTS ................................................................................................................................................................... - 6 C. ACCOMMODATION .......................................................................................................................................................... - 7 D. HEALTH AND INSURANCE............................................................................................................................................. - 8 E. SPORTS AND HOBBIES .................................................................................................................................................. - 8 -

IV. ACADEMIC PROGRAMME ........................................................................................ - 9 AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ........................................................................................ - 10 FALL SEMESTER....................................................................................................................................................................... - 10 AGRIFOOD, FOOD AND INDUSTRIAL M ANAGEMENT ........................................................................................................... - 12 FALL SEMESTER....................................................................................................................................................................... - 12 AGRIFOOD, FOOD AND INDUSTRIAL M ANAGEMENT ........................................................................................................... - 13 SPRING SEMESTER .................................................................................................................................................................. - 13 SUSTAINABLE RURAL DEVELOPMENT ................................................................................................................................ - 14 FALL SEMESTER....................................................................................................................................................................... - 14 SUSTAINABLE RURAL DEVELOPMENT ................................................................................................................................ - 15 SPRING SEMESTER .................................................................................................................................................................. - 15 M ARKETS AND CORPORATE M ANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................... - 16 FALL SEMESTER....................................................................................................................................................................... - 16 M ARKETS AND CORPORATE M ANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................... - 17 SPRING SEMESTER .................................................................................................................................................................. - 17 VITICULTURE-VINICULTURE ................................................................................................................................................. - 18 FALL SEMESTER....................................................................................................................................................................... - 18 -

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I. INTRODUCTION
Welcome to Lyon!

ISARA-Lyon is located in Lyon, in the south-east of France, in a very dynamic environment close to companies, research centers and professionals working in agriculture, food industry, rural development and environment sectors.

The second-ranking city in France in regard to its number of students, Lyon possesses a rich cultural and gastronomic tradition and an old town which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Our lively city will offer you an exceptional quality of life. Studying in Lyon is indeed an opportunity for the citys 130,000 students to take advantage of fascinating sites and events, including the evening parties organized on barges, the renowned Light Festival (Fte des Lumires), the international Dance Festival (Biennale de la Danse), the Nuits de Fourvire music, dance and theatre festivals held outdoors in an ancient roman amphitheatre, or, if you prefer, free organized roller-blading tours offered every Friday to discover Lyon by night Apart from culture, gastronomy and sports, Lyon is also a big city which has remained convivial and is easy to explore on foot. You will have the chance to take part in a variety of leisure activities, thanks to Lyons favourable situation near the mountains and the sea. The natural diversity of this area (Mediterranean and temperate climate, plains and mountains) provides easy access to a wide range of activities related to agriculture and food: various crop products (fruit, cereal plants, vines, and vegetables), cattle breeding, and many other activities which are strongly linked to a huge network of foodprocessing industries.

ISARA-Lyon is situated at AGRAPOLE, an excellence cluster created by Rhne-Alpes local authorities, specialized in agriculture and food, which includes over fifty professional organizations working in these sectors.

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II. THE INSTITUTE

A. GENERAL INFORMATION

ISARA - Lyon 23 rue Jean Baldassini F 69364 Lyon cedex 07 France (Metro B : Last stop Stade de Gerland) +33 4 27 85 85 10 Fax : +33 4 27 85 85 86 E-mail: relint@isara.fr Dean: Pascal DESAMAIS
Agrapole ISARA-Lyon

ISARA-Lyon was created in 1968 to train students to become managers specialized in agriculture. ISARA-Lyon delivers the diploma dingnieur (master level diploma accredited by French State), international masters and professional bachelors. From its creation, rural development has been an important part of ISARA higher education and research activities. In the 1980s, ISARAs fields of activity expanded further to include domains in relation with agricultural marketing and management, agrifood technologies and the environment. New curricula were created, among which the vocational engineering training (MSc level), a specialized post-master diploma, a professional Bachelor of Sciences, engineering training in apprenticeship in viticulture and viniculture (MSc level). Applied research, study, consulting and expertise activities have also been developed by ISARA-Lyon in the last 20 years. These activities play a very important role in our higher education programmes by improving professors skills, creating linkages with professional and scientific stakeholders, developing ISARAs reputation, among other benefits. ISARA-Lyon develops its higher education and R&D partnership in the Provence-Cte-dAzur area with the integration of ISEMA (Institut Suprieur Europen de Management Agroalimentaire) and also by being a member to the Fruits & Vegetables Cluster. In April 2007, ISARA-Lyon moved to the Gerland district, an area which has gained importance in the city due to scientific and biotechnological development. Some figures on ISARA-Lyon Established as a non-profit organization in 1968 Budget: 9.8 million 100 professors, scientists and administrative employees 200 professional lecturers Approximately 800 students and apprentices in attendance each year

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HOW TO GET TO LYON?


By train (TGV high speed trains): From Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport or Paris Gare de Lyon train station to Lyon Part-Dieu or Lyon Perrache train stations : 30 trains daily (two hour journey) From Marseille : 1 hour and 40 minutes By plane : Saint Exupery-Lyon international airport (46 international and 32 national links 15 miles east of Lyon) is less than one hours drive from Lyon which can be easily and quickly r eached via: o the Rhne-Express departure: every 15 minutes cost: 13.00 per person or 11.20 for people under 25 years old website: http://www.rhonexpress.fr/ By Eurolines express bus service: Direct buses from Amsterdam, Athens, Dortmund, London, Marrakech, Prague, Venice, and more.

Contact details for ISARA-Lyon: 23 rue Jean Baldassini 69007 LYON FRANCE Tel: +33 427 85 85 85 From the Lyon-Part-Dieu station to ISARA-Lyon: At Part-Dieu Station, take the Vivier Merle exit to find the subway station. Take the subway line B (blue) toward Stade de Gerland Get off the subway at Stade de Gerland (the final station of Line B) Take the exit Parc Relais TCL (up two flights of stairs) Walk straight 50 meters; then turn on your right and cross a big parking lot. On the other side of the parking lot, you will find the street Jean Baldassini. Continue walking straight. ISARA-Lyon is located 100 meters down this street, on your left. From Allix Residence: Take the bus 46 or 49 at St Irne then stop at Perrache and take the tram T2 direction St Priest Bel Air Stop at Jean Mac and take the metro B direction Stade de Gerland. You can also take the bus C20 or C20E to Bellecour and then take the metro D direction Gare de Vnissieux, change at Saxe Gambetta. Take the metro B direction Stade de Gerland (last stop).

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B. ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Study year 4 year (MSc level) 5 year (MSc level)
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Classes begin early September mid-September

Classes end end of May mid-December

Holidays and days off


Holidays: Christmas Break Winter Break Easter Break Two weeks One week Two weeks

Days off: st 1 November (All Saints Day) th 11 November (Armistice World War I) st 1 May (Labour Day) th 8 May (Armistice World War II) Ascension Day Easter Monday Whit Monday (Pentecost Monday)

C. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE


Head of the International Relations Department : Marine POBEL (E-mail: mpobel@isara.fr) Incoming students coordinator: Sigolne VERNERET (E-mail: sverneret@isara.fr) : + 33 4 27 85 85 10 Fax: + 33 4 27 85 86 36 Educational Coordinator: Sverine STEPHANY (E-mail: sstephany@isara.fr )

D. APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION PROCEDURE


Please submit the attached application form before the dates indicated below. We cannot guarantee accommodation to applications submitted after these dates. Fall semester: before April 15 for the Viti-viniculture program st before June 1 for other programs Spring semester: before October 15
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1. Application deadlines

Send your complete application documents via email to Ms. Sigolne Verneret International Relations Department - E-mail: sverneret@isara.fr 2. Registration deadline Once your application has been accepted by ISARA-Lyon, you must send your Learning Agreement two months before classes begin.

You must have a bachelors degree to study at ISARA-Lyon. You will then be able to study at a master level during the 4th (M1) or the 5th year (M2). It is also important to have a good command* of French and English for courses taught in these languages. (*Level B1 in the http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/resources/european-language-levels-cefr)

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III. PRACTICAL INFORMATION


A. BEFORE YOUR ARRIVAL : FORMALITIES
Once selected and before your arrival, please contact Ms. Sigolne VERNERET at the International Relations Office - +33 427 85 85 10 sverneret@isara.fr to let her know when you will be arriving (date time place) so that she can organize to pick you up if needed. It is also important to contact your coordinator in your home university for administrative formalities such as visa, insurance Please send per email these documents with your application form : - The Learning agreement signed by you and your coordinator - A copy of your passport or national identity card (for European Union citizens) - A copy of your birth certificate - A curriculum vitae - A letter of intent - The accommodation application form - The certificate of knowledge of French language and English language - A proof of insurance form or the European health insurance card for EU students - A copy of your bachelor diploma - Grades from the last 3 years - 1 scanned picture in .jpeg format in order to prepare your student card The international relations office and the student union will: Help you to fill in any additional documents necessary for your stay in France Organize an appointment with a bank so that you can open a French bank account and subscribe the mandatory insurance covering your civil liability and rental risks (necessary before entering your room in the residence hall) Help you with the procedures related to residence permits, if needed.

B. LIVING COSTS
The following is the expected average monthly budget for students under 28 years old: 240 (*) + 1 month deposit (230 to be paid once) + Entrance fee (200 to be paid once) + File processing costs (10 - to be paid once) + Internet (6 - optional) + Sheets (10 optional) + Housing insurance
(*) According to the type of Visa you have, you can apply for a housing allowance called APL Aide Personnalise au Logement. The amount depends on the location and size of the apartment, and the revenues of the student. Information and application through the internet: www.lyon.caf.fr

Rental costs in the student residence hall (if you stay in a family with Lyon Expat, please see with them directly)

Food Transport Leisure and other personal costs Students Health Insurance Scheme (to be paid once) Participation to field trip (according to your specialization) TOTAL

180 26.50 / month (for student under 28 years old) + 5 for the card (paid once) 150 207 (Price for 2012-2013) A maximum of 250 for the whole semester 1 month: about 1 550 - Then about 610
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C. ACCOMMODATION
ISARA-Lyon can book a room for you in a student residence hall: 10 m room with bathroom, toilet and fridge. The kitchen is shared. No kitchenware. Address: Rsidence Andr ALLIX 2 rue Sur Bouvier 69005 Lyon http://www.crous-lyon.fr/html/andre-allix.html Hours: administration: Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri 8.30am12.30 and 2pm-4.30pm (to make payments, administrative queries) security/basic reception: 24-hours How to get to Rsidence Andr Allix: There is no student hall on ISARA-Lyon campus. Rsidence Andr ALLIX is about 30 min from ISARA-Lyon. from Perrache train station: take bus line 46 or 49 from Perrache Train Station to the stop St Irne or take bus C20 or C20E from Bellecour to St Irne Croix Blanche). from Lyon St Exupry airport: take the Rhonexpress shuttle to the stop Vaulx-en-Velin La Soie; take the subway Line A to Perrache; and then follow the same route as from Perrache station (above). from Part Dieu train station: take the underground Line B to the stop Jean Mac; take tram T2 to Perrache; and then follow the same route as from Perrache Train Station (above). Documents needed to register for your room: 230 Deposit (to be paid once) 200 Entrance fee (to be paid once) 10 File processing costs (to be paid once) 240 Rental costs per month 6 Internet 10 Sheets (if needed) 2 photographs with your name on the back *1 French bank account identification sheet (called RIB Relev dIdentit Bancaire in French) *1 proof of insurance for civil liability and rental risks (compulsory for a student housing. ISARA-Lyon will help you to find an organization where you can subscribe to this insurance = LMDE / SMERRA or bank) *1 copy of your residence permit for non-European students * to be submitted later, as soon as you have them at your disposal Because very few rooms are available in student houses, we need to receive your application before June 1 . Students who opt for alternative accommodation, or who submit their application form after the deadline, will have to find their own accommodation. (Bed linen is not provided by the student hall but can be rented for 10/month- price valid for 2012). There is a possibility to be host by a French family. If you are interested, you can have a look at www.expat-agencylyon.com You can also contact directly Sigolne VERNERET for more information sverneret@isara.fr
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D. HEALTH AND INSURANCE

If you are a citizen of the European Union (EU) or a European Economic Area (EEA): Please bring your European Health Insurance Card. Please check the expiry date. It will exclude you from the mandatory subscription to the French Health Insurance System. If you are NOT citizen of the European Union (EU) or a European Economic Area (EEA) and if you will stay in France for more than 3 months, you must subscribe to the French Students Health Insurance Scheme ( 207 for one academic year prices valid for 2012). You will have the choice between two students health insurance scheme: LMDE http://www.lmde.com/index.php?id=1031 Or SMERRA http://smerra.fr/

Students over 28 years old are not eligible for the students health insurance scheme. They must subscribe to a private insurance. You can find it with LMDE => Couverture tudiant tranger http://www.lmde.com/index.php?id=1511#c6913 Or with Crystal Studies : http://en.april-international.com/global/crystal-studies-insurance If you have bought a private insurance in your country, please check if the repatriation insurance is included. In all cases, you are strongly recommended to buy a complementary insurance to reimburse your expenses not reimbursed by the basic Health Insurance Scheme.

D. HEALTH AND INSURAN E. SPORTS AND HOBBIES


There are different student associations at ISARA : BDE: the Student Union with its team of more than 30 members, will give you useful information regarding the numerous student activities offered at ISARA-Lyon (sport, music, event). The BDE is open every day from 1:00 to 2:00pm and also usually during the 10:00am morning break. ISARAMAP: an association supporting small farming and that creates a direct link between producers and consumers. You will be able to register for a semester or a year and buy vegetables, bread, fruits, eggs, cheese... http://isaramap.e-monsite.com/ APE : The Junior business of Isara-Lyon http://ape.isara.fr/ Note: most Thursday afternoons are kept free for sports and hobbies. Parties are generally held on Thursday evenings.

The BDE International will be available to help you with settling in at the residence, student life integration, setting-up a bank account, completing the CAF registration, etc.

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IV. ACADEMIC PROGRAMME


ISARA-Lyon offers international students an opportunity to choose courses within five training programmes in accordance with their specialization: - Agriculture, environment and resource management - Agri-food, food and industrial management - Sustainable rural development - Markets and corporate management - Viti-viniculture How to choose courses? In order to correctly choose the courses you want to attend, please respect the following policies: - All your courses should belong to the same specialization. - Two courses cannot take place at the same time (except for the French lessons). - Be careful, some courses have limited places (these are marked with a * in the documents). - Your level of French (and English for courses in this language) must be B1 (According to the "Common European Framework of Reference: Learning, Teaching, Assessment") http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/resources/european-language-levels-cefr It means that you can understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, etc. Can deal with most situations likely to arise whilst travelling in an area where the language is spoken. Can produce simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest. Can describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. th - For the 5 year specialization module field trip fee can be required to contribute to transport and accommodation costs (A maximum of 250 ) - You will have the possibility to take costless French classes every Thursday afternoon. Generally at the end of each semester you will be given the opportunity to take the TFI test to evaluate your level of French. Specific information for double degree students: To obtain the ISARA-Lyon engineer diploma, double degree students will be required to get at least 785 points in the TFI test (Equivalent to the B2 Level). Courses take place from Monday to Friday, about 30 to 36 hours a week. There are generally a maximum of 4 hours in the morning and 4 hours in the afternoon. (8am till 6pm). Courses can be lecture or tutorial (small groups). Field works and personal research projects are also currently used in the class.

Within each specialization below, please find a schedule introducing the organization of each semester. Click on the course title to be directed to a link describing the course, number of hours, etc.

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Agriculture, Environment and Resource Management Fall Semester


2012-2013 Specialization-related courses
S7-FLE-I

Optional courses

3 - 7 Sept.

Intensive French Lessons


1 ECTS Credits
S9-AGROECOS

Agroecology **
30 ECTS Credits - Level M2 OR
S9-EES S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

13/17 Sept. 21 Dec.

Livestock Farming, Environment and Health


30 ECTS Credits - Level M2 OR
S9-DTRGP

Economic Development and Project Management in Rural Areas*


30 ECTS Credits - Level M2

21 Dec. 07 Jan

Christmas Holiday
S7-QSE-ENV

7 - 18 Jan.

Environment
3 ECTS - Level M1
S7-QSE-QS S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
Continuation 21 Jan. - 01 Feb.

Quality and Safety


3 ECTS - Level M1

End of the semester


M1: Equivalent to the 1st year of masters M2: Equivalent to the 2nd year of masters

**Course in English

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Agriculture, Environment and Resource Management Spring Semester


2013
04 Feb - 15 Feb.

Specialization-related courses
S8-OPTQSE-EAU

Optional courses
S7-FLE-PRI

Water and Environment


3 ECTS Credits - Level M1

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

22 Feb 04 March

Winter Holiday
S8-OPT1-MCEA

Farm Analysis
4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

18 Feb. 15 Mar.

OR
S8-OPT1-BIOT S7-FLE-PRI

Biotechnology: Consequences on Agriculture **


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT2-MAEST

French Lessons
Continuation

18 Mar. 17 May 19 April 6 May

Group Study Project (MAESTRO)


9 ECTS Credits - Level M1

Spring Holiday
S8-OPT3-EATF

International Economy and Agrarian Exchanges **


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

21 May - 07 June

OR
S7-FLE-PRI S8-OPT3-AGRI-ABTM

Regional Agriculture
4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT4-EGDR

French Lessons
Continuation

10 28 June

Renewable Energies-Innovations & Technological Applications in Agriculture


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

End of the semester

M1 : equivalent to the 1st year of masters M2 : equivalent to the 2nd year of masters

**Course in English *Limited spaces available

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Agrifood, Food and Industrial Management Fall Semester


2012-2013
3 - 7 Sept.

Specialization-related courses
S7-FLE-I

Optional courses

Intensive French Lessons


1 ECTS Credits
S9-CIPAL

Design and Industrialization of Food Products*


(City of Angers then Lyon)

30 ECTS Credits - Level M2


OR
S7-FLE-AUT S9-AGROLOG

17 Sept. 21 Dec.

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

Supply Chain Management and Food Industry Logistics*


(City of Avignon)

30 ECTS Credits - Level M2


OR
S9-SDFI

Sustainable Development in Food Industries**


30 ECTS Credits - Level M2 OR
S7-FSI4

10 Sept - 26 Oct.

Basics in Engineering Science (New students 4A)


Upgrading for 4th year students 12 ECTS - Level M1
S7-GEE S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

29 Oct. - 21 Dec.

Credit Corporate Management and Economics


10 ECTS - Level M1

21 Dec. 07 Jan 7 - 18 Jan.

Christmas Holiday
S7-QSE-ENV

Environment
3 ECTS - Level M1
S7-QSE-QS

S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
Continuation

21 Jan. - 01 Feb.

Quality and Safety


3 ECTS - Level M1

End of the semester


M1 : equivalent to the 1st year of masters M2 : equivalent to the 2nd year of masters

**Course in English *Limited spaces available

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Agrifood, Food and Industrial Management Spring Semester


2013 Specialization-related courses
S8-OPTQSE-MTF

Optional courses

Microorganisms and Traditional Foods* **


04 Feb 15 Feb.
4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

S7-FLE-PRI

OR
S8-OPTQSE-QFIL

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

Food Quality Management Course


3 ECTS Credits - Level M1

22 Feb 04 March 18 Feb. 15 Mar.

Winter Holiday
S8-OPT1-NUSAN

Nutrition and Health


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT2-MAEST

S7-FLE-PRI

French Lessons
Continuation

18 Mar. 17 May 19 April 6 May

Group Study Project (MAESTRO)


9 ECTS Credits - Level M1

Spring Holiday
S8-OPT3-DDIAA

21 May - 07 June

Sustainable Development in Agribusiness


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT4-M3P

S7-FLE-PRI

French Lessons
Continuation

10 28 June

Workmanship of Food Production Parameters


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

End of the semester

M1: Equivalent to the 1st year of masters M2: Equivalent to the 2nd year of masters **Course in English *Limited spaces available

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Sustainable Rural Development Fall Semester


2012-2013
3 - 7 Sept.

Specialization-related courses
S7-FLE-I

Optional courses

Intensive French Lessons


1 ECTS Credits
S9-AGROECOS

Agroecology **
30 ECTS Credits - Level M2 OR
S7-FLE-AUT S9-EES

13/17 Sept. 21 Dec.

Livestock Farming, Environment and Health*


30 ECTS Credits - Level M2 OR
S9-DTRGP

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

Economic Development and Project Management in Rural Areas*


30 ECTS Credits - Level M2

21 Dec. 07 Jan

Christmas Holiday
S7-QSE-ENV

7 - 18 Jan.

Environment
3 ECTS - Level M1
S7-QSE-QS

S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
Continuation

21 Jan. - 01 Feb.

Quality and Safety


3 ECTS - Level M1

End of the semester

M1: Equivalent to the 1st year of masters M2: Equivalent to the 2nd year of masters **Course in English *Limited spaces available

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Sustainable Rural Development Spring Semester


2013 Specialization-related courses
S8-OPTQSE-EAU

Optional courses

Water and Environment


3 ECTS Credits - Level M1

04 Feb - 15 Feb.

S7-FLE-PRI

OR
S8-OPTQSE-MTF

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

Microorganisms and Traditional Foods* **


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

22 Feb 04 March 18 Feb. 15 Mar.

Winter Holiday
S8-OPT1-MCEA

Farm Analysis
4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT2-MAEST

S7-FLE-PRI

French Lessons
Continuation

18 Mar. 17 May 19 April 6 May

Group Study Project (MAESTRO)


9 ECTS Credits - Level M1

Spring Holiday
S8-OPT3-EATF

International Economy and Agrarian Exchanges **


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

21 May - 07 June

OR
S7-FLE-PRI S8-OPT3-AGRI-ABTM

Regional Agriculture
4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT4-EGDR

French Lessons
Continuation

10 28 June

Renewable Energies-Innovations & Technological Applications in Agriculture


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

End of the semester

M1 : equivalent to the 1st year of masters M2 : equivalent to the 2nd year of masters

**Course in English *Limited spaces available

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Markets and Corporate Management Fall Semester


2012-2013
3 - 7 Sept.

Specialization-related courses
S7-FLE-I

Optional courses

Intensive French Lessons


1 ECTS Credits
S9-GIDE

Innovation and Development Gestion in Companies*


(Lyon then Angers)

30 ECTS Credits - Level M2


OR

S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
S9-AGROLOG

17 Sept. 21 Dec.

2 ECTS Credits

Supply Chain Management and Food Industry Logistics


(Avignon)

30 ECTS Credits - Level M2 OR


S9-SDFI

Sustainable Development in Food Industries**


30 ECTS Credits - Level M2 OR
S7-FSI4

10 Sept - 26 Oct.

Basics in Engineering Science (New students 4A)


Upgrading for 4 year students
th

S7-FLE-AUT

12 ECTS - Level M1
S7-GEE

French Lessons
Continuation

29 Oct. - 21 Dec.

Credit Corporate Management and Economics


10 ECTS - Level M1

21 Dec. 07 Jan

Christmas Holiday
S7-QSE-ENV

7 - 18 Jan.

Environment
3 ECTS - Level M1
S7-QSE-QS

S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
Continuation

21 Jan. - 01 Feb.

Quality and Safety


3 ECTS - Level M1

End of the semester

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Markets and Corporate Management Spring Semester


2013
04 Feb 15 Feb.
22 Feb 04 March

Specialization-related courses
S8-OPTQSE-QFIL

Optional courses
S7-FLE-PRI

Food Quality Management Course


3 ECTS Credits - Level M1

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

Winter Holiday
S8-OPT1-NUSAN

Nutrition and Health


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

18 Feb. 15 Mar

OR
S8-OPT1-BIOT S7-FLE-PRI

Biotechnologies: Consequences on Agriculture **


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT2-MAEST

French Lessons
Continuation

18 Mar. 17 May
19 April 6 May

Group Study Project (MAESTRO)


9 ECTS Credits - Level M1

Spring Holiday
S8-OPT3-EATF

International Economy and Agrarian Exchanges **


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

21 May - 07 June

OR
S8-OPT3-AGRI-ABTM

S7-FLE-PRI

French Lessons Regional Agriculture


4 ECTS Credits - Level M1
S8-OPT4-FINECO

Continuation

4 28 June

Financement de l'conomie
4 ECTS Credits - Level M1

End of the semester


M1 : equivalent to the 1st year of masters M2 : equivalent to the 2nd year of masters

**Course in English *Limited spaces available

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Viticulture-viniculture Fall Semester


2012 Specialization-related courses Optional courses

Internship in a wine domain *


Aug. - Sept.
OR
S7-FLE-I

Intensive French Lessons (1 week)


1 ECTS Credits
S9-DA VITIVINI S7-FLE-AUT

Sept - December

Vitiviniculture **
30 ECTS Credits - Level M1

French Lessons
2 ECTS Credits

21 Dec. 07 Jan

Christmas Holiday
S7-QSE-ENV

7 - 18 Jan.

Environment
3 ECTS - Level M1
S7-QSE-QS

S7-FLE-AUT

French Lessons
Continuation

21 Jan. - 01 Feb.

Quality and Safety


3 ECTS - Level M1

End of the semester

M1: Equivalent to the 1st year of masters **Course in English *Limited spaces available

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