Coming events

Coming events

Coming events

Discover all the next events of the master. 

April/26/2021

Applications for the Master B2AS from 26 April 2021 to 17 May 2021

Applications for the Master B2AS from 26 April 2021 to 17 May 2021

Applications for the Master B2AS from 26 April 2021 to 17 May 2021

Prepare your file!

Applications for the B2AS Master's degree must be submitted on the APOFLUX platform of the University of Bordeaux from 26 April 2021.
Attention, the deadline is very short!
Closing date: 17 May 2021.

Prepare in advance, CV, cover letter, choice of future course (indicative), transcripts, diplomas....

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02/28/2021

All you want to know about the joint Master AgroBioMedical Science degree

All you want to know about the joint Master AgroBioMedical Science degree

Global Innovation Joint-Degree Program (International Joint Degree Master’s Program in Agro-Biomedical Science in Food and Health; common name is GIP-TRIAD or AGROBIOMED) is a joint programme between the Universities of Bordeaux (UB, France), Tsukuba (UT, Japan) and Taiwan (NTU, Taiwan). Students enrolled in each of their home countries ( enrolment in January) spend M1 semester 1 in Japan, M1 semester 2 in Taiwan and M2 semester 3 in Bordeaux (France). Semester 4 is devoted to the internship. our innovative degree program.

All information are here.

//2019

Five new students: ready to conquer Japan

Five new students: ready to conquer Japan

Hello!
We are Julie, Loïse, Maïana, Mégane and Fegegta and we are the second batch of students from France in the International Joint Degree Master’s Program in Agro-Biomedical Science in Food and Health (GIP-TRIAD) which takes place in three different countries: Japan, Taiwan and France. 
We arrived in Japan on the 3rd of September and our experience so far has been truly wonderful. We have been here for less than a month and yet we have already been able to visit some great places, eat some really good food and immerse ourselves in the Japanese culture. 
Through this program we also got the chance to participate in the Tsukuba Global Science Week (TGSW), an international conference that focuses on global issues, where we presented projects aimed at facing the food and health challenges present in our society. From the moment we arrived, we received the warmest of welcomes. In the short time we have been here we have met the nicest people and we have been treated so well that adapting to this completely different environment has been surprisingly easy. 
So far this experience has been nothing short of amazing and we believe that it will stay this way for the coming two years.