The international Master Agronomy and Agrifood Sciences and Technology (Master 3A) of Montpellier SupAgro is primarily open to foreign students who plan to pursue their activities in the field of agricultural production and processing, resource management or agricultural and rural development, both in Europe and in third (emerging and developing) countries. Within this MSc degree, the study trajectory SEPMET (Selection and Evolution of Mediterrannean and Tropical plants) aims to strengthen the students knowledge of plant sciences and prepares the future graduates to apply their acquired skills to the seed and plant genetics sector. This track is also open to professionals from this sector.
The Master Biologie-Agrosciences (Master BioAgro) of University Montpellier trains biologists able to undertand the functioning of organisms and the interactions between organisms and their abiotic/biotic environnement, and to master all analyses tools at various scales, from cellular and sub-cellular to full organism level.After a common core curriculum in plant biology in the 1st year, the 2nd year proposes two trajectories: BPT (Tropical Plants Biotechnology) and BFP (Plant Functional Biology).
The Master Biotechnologies Végétales et Microbiennes (Biovem) of University Cheikh Anta Diop in Dakar offers 2 options: - Molecular mechanisms and interactions between plants and phytopathogenic microbs, and - Recent advances in plant genomics and its applications in plant breeding.
The Master degree in Biotechnology and Pharmacology of USTH (Vietnam-France University) of Hanoï, taught in english, proposes two specialties: - Pharmacology, Biomedicine and Plant Biotechnology.
The Doctoral School (École Doctorale, ED), Gaïa of Montpellier, created in July 2015, is a doctoral school at the University of Montpellier for Life and Environmental Sciences, and Technology Sciences. It has co-accreditation with Montpellier SupAgro and AgroParisTech for Agronomy and Environmental Sciences.