If you want to deepen your knowledge, gain dual skills, or be part of an international network : the CIHEAM-IAMM can help you.
How? By offering you training programs dedicated to sustainable development, agriculture, rural territories and agri-food systems.
The CIHEAM-IAMM issues two diplomas:
The CIHEAM-IAMM is an intergovernmental institute where all nationalities meet and in which you will be provided with dynamic teaching, active educational methods and the supervision of an international team of teachers-researchers.
The training program includes practice periods through field outings and a 6 month internship in a company or an organization in France or abroad.
If you do not master French language very well, the CFLE was created specifically for you! The French Language Center provides intensive French courses to enable you to choose safely between our 4 Masters which one you find most suitable!
The CIHEAM-IAMM offers training in 4 different pathways of Master (M2).
The courses are structured in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) and the educational processes are ISO 9001 certified.
What are the impacts of climate change on the management of territories, their agriculture and their resources? New models and tools structure the territorial public action and farm management... (Learn more)
In a context of transitions - ecological, food, societal - agri-food value chains are evolving towards innovative and sustainable economic models... (Learn more)
Food systems and their dynamics evolve under the issue of sustainability, being up to date with economics is an issue (sociology, management, econometrics, standards, modeling, etc.) (Learn more)
In a context of climatic uncertainty, socio-economic changes and naturel resources degradation, we will focus on the plot-farm-territory nexus. The language of study and assessment will be English... (Learn more)
Most of the CIHEAM-IAMM graduates work for public administration, local authorities, international organizations, NGOs, professional agricultural organizations, development boards and agencies, agri-food companies, engineering offices and higher education and research institutions. They hold various positions as managers, project managers, representatives, technical advisers, lecturers, expert consultants.
Read what they learned from the CIHEAM-IAMM and what they do now :
Ali ABAAB University Professor
Yerassimos ANTZOULATOS Consultant in a private engineering office
Jean BASSEDE Representative at the General Council of Hérault
Hajar BEN AMEUR State engineer at the Ministry of Economy and Finance, Rabat. Morocco
Zeynep BILGI BULUS Consultant for international organizations and/or non-governmental
Massimo BRUSAPORCI Director of Alimos consortium dedicated to promoting healthy continuing lifestyle and eating habits.
Lamine DIALLO Head of Agriculture and Value Chains, Burkina Faso
Olga IAKOVIDOU Professor at the School of Agronomy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Greece
Kamal MAHMOUD Agricultural engineer
Fateh MAMINE Research engineer at INRA, Algeria
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