Admissions are closed for September 2017 intake.
New admission process for September 2018 intake will start next September 2017.
There is no Erasmus Mundus Scholarships anymore. However, you can contact the French Embassy in your home country.
MSc Food Identity : traditional food products, 2 years, a European track
Become an expert in the development of local and traditional food products
By offering opportunities to carry out study periods and work experience abroad, thus contributing to a comprehensive approach to the marketing process ‘from production to markets’, the master’s degree courses satisfies all the requirements for a successful future career.
Beyond the typical food products, similar groups of food products exist in European countries, each distinct to its country of origin, and called by different names:
local food products, regional food products, traditional food products or terroir food products.
Who can apply ?
To attend this course, students must have successfully completed a diploma of higher education in science. Candidates will also be asked to prove interest for the traditional food products.
The same admission requirements apply to company staff wishing to obtain a MSc by the way of continuing education. Each candidate will be examined individually by the Pedagogical committee.
A good level of English is compulsory (550 for TOEIC). An Intermediate level of French is required (official certificate stating a B1 level minimum or an equivalent grade).
All information : http://www.masterfoodidentity.com/
Admissions are closed for 2017 Intake : next round for 2018-2018 cohort:
1st session Deadline: February 1, 2018
2nd session Deadline: May 1, 2018