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Master AgroFood Chain: Sustainability and Innovation

Taught in English

Master AgroFood Chain
© Université de Toulouse
The master AgroFood Chain is a two years Master of Science and Technology dedicated to high level student from around the world.



Coordination : Laurent BEDOUSSAC, Nicola GALLAI, Geneviève NGUYEN

Management : Corinne ARSENE-DE-SOUZA, Mireille BACOU


More information about the master are available in the main topics  webpage. You can see also the course organization. To apply to the master, please go to the application and fee webpage

The Agrofood Chain Master's programme is jointly offered by 8 higher education and research institutions of the Toulouse area, federated in the Toulouse Agri Campus consortium.

Who is the programme for ?

This two-year programme is designed for students holding a Bachelor's degree in a relevant field of Agrobiosciences. It is open to English-speaking students worldwide.

What are the career prospects ?

The programme will  provide students with tools for decision-making and increase their adaptability to changing needs. Graduates will be well equipped for working in international settings. They will have job opportunities either as researchers or in management positions.

Why study in Toulouse ?

Toulouse, the 2nd largest university town in France, has a long-standing experience in hosting students from varied backgrounds and cultures. Over 8,500 foreign students – about 150 nationalities represented –are welcomed every year in Toulouse, thus creating a stimulating multicultural environment.
Here is a unique opportunity of combining high-standard training in a leading university town with immersion in French culture and French language learning.

Toulouse in Europe

110,000 students
4 universities and 13 “Grandes Ecoles”
400 research laboratories
10,000 researchers