From 13 June to 8 July, Bordeaux Sciences Agro will welcome the new Vinifera Master class of 32 students from 16 countries.
This European Master degree in viticulture is issued in the framework of a European consortium called ‘Emave’ consisting of seven establishments, including Bordeaux Sciences Agro, Montpellier SupAgro (coordinator), Campus Geisenheim (Germany), and the Universities of Madrid (Spain), Lisbon (Portugal), Turin (Italy) and Udine (Italy). Renowned in Europe, the Vinifera European Master was awarded the Erasmus Mundus label in 2008 and the University of Bourgogne’s UNESCO Chair ‘Culture and Traditions of Wines’ label in December 2011.
As part of this Master’s course, students study a ‘Territory and Company Audit’ unit in Bordeaux. This is an opportunity for them to visit wine estates on their own initiative. The degree course is two years long and requires mobility in a minimum of two European countries. The first year of the Master course takes place in France at Montpellier SupAgro and Bordeaux Sciences Agro; teaching is entirely in English.
The arriving students hale from the United States, Chile, Russia, Canada, Greece, India, Serbia and Cyprus; they will attend a three-week course of study devoted to viticulture and oenology in classrooms and multiple visits to wine estates.
Welcome, International Students!
It is an ideal time of year to discover the region, its coastline, the Dune of Pilat and vineyard; it is also a festive period with the start of the Bordeaux wine festival!
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