Academic partners

Academic partners

Academic partners

Academic partners

The academic partners of the master:

University of Bordeaux

The University of Bordeaux is ranked among the top universities in France for the quality of its academic courses and research. Named a “campus of excellence” and supported by a significant endowment from the French government in 2011, this multidisciplinary, research-focused, international institution leads the “Initiative of Excellence” program. 


INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research) is the largest agricultural research institute in Europe, with 8,417 researchers, engineers, and technicians, and is the second largest producer of agricultural science publications. INRA contributes to development of knowledge and innovation in the fields of food, agriculture, and the environment.


Bordeaux Sciences Agro

Bordeaux science agro is the agronomy engineer school of Bordeaux. It welcomes 150 students a year. The course is delivered over 3 years with two internships periods.

University of Tsukuba

With over 130 years of history, and ranked in the top 10 Japanese universities, and in the top 200 worldwide (QS Worldwide rankings), the University of Tsukuba has a long and proud history as one of Japan's premier educational institutions. The University campus is located in the center of Tsukuba Science City, 60 kilometers northeast of Tokyo. The Tsukuba Express Line links Tsukuba and Akihabara in central Tokyo in 45 minutes. Tsukuba science city is Japan's top academic environment. 

National Taiwan University

National Taiwan University is the flagship university of Taiwan: it is the country’s premier research institution as well as the most comprehensive. Founded 85 years ago, it has played a leading role in education and research. Today, it supports a global strategy that values research excellence, sustained mobility, an expanded network of 500 partners and the creation of quality opportunities on and off campus. 

The Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

The Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (UC) is one of the most important universities in Chile and Latin America. It was founded on 21 June 1888, has 18 faculties distributed on four campuses in Santiago and one regional campus located in the south of the country.

Hangzhou Normal University