Our graduates’ careers are largely international in scope. Preparing for these professional challenges means diversity in our recruitment and considerable circulation of our students in foreign universities, research centres and companies.
Being part of classes with people from different countries (one out of five Montpellier SupAgro students is a foreigner) facilitates learning about partnerships and provides exercise in working in development cooperation. For the university itself, this means taking voluntary steps to enter international development cooperation networks, acting as a driving force in them and positioning itself as an active partner in support of international professionals.
Among other things, Montpellier is currently the largest European skills centre for Mediterranean and tropical agriculture, development policies and natural resource management. SupAgro has exchange programmes with 33 European universities and cooperation agreements with 21 institutions in non-European countries.
Finally, Montpellier SupAgro helps partner establishments, businesses and service centres, in particular in Mediterranean and tropical countries to:
Present in the field abroad, involved in international research programmes, attentive to the emergence of new professions and attuned to others’ experiences in non-European countries, Montpellier SupAgro’s staff and students enrich their skills and optimise their knowledge.