The "European Master" correspond to a BSc +2, the Master’s' Degree corresponds to a two-year Master’s degree set up by a consortium of European universities. Students pursuing this degree follow courses at universities in two countries in the consortium and are awarded joint degrees or double degrees on successful completion. It is open to students with Bachelor’s degrees (3 years of higher education). And are accredited Erasmus Mundus.
The "International Master" is an 18 months training course, with the particularity to be taught in several different countries around the world.
Montpellier SupAgro Master’s Degree
A 5-year higher education degree, this course is open to French and International students. Open to graduates with 3-year higher education degrees (‘Licence’, Bachelor’s), this two-year professionally-focused course leads to Master’s degree qualification that is prized and recognized on the job market.
See Master's degree in Agronomy and Agri-food Sciences and Technologies at Montpellier SupAgro
Master’s Degree jointly run with a University
A 5-year higher education degree, the Master’s degree co-organised with the University (former “Research Master’s”) is open to agronomists in their last year of study and international students with an equivalent level of education. At the end of the course, successful students are awarded a national Master’s degree that allows them to apply to study for a PhD (8 years of higher education).