At the CIHEAM Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Montpellier, knowledge and know-how sharing contributes to the development of a global, innovative and committed vision for the Mediterraenan.
To be trained at CIHEAM-IAMM is to benefit from an international cooperation networks. The CIHEAM-IAMM network is an essential lever for the dynamics of development, cooperation and partnership in the Mediterranean. Indeed the actors from our institute are constituting a leading network in international organizations that deal with Mediterranean issues.
The Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Montpellier in figures :
Created in 1962, the International Center for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM) is an intergovernmental organization which gathers 13 Mediterranean States with the aim of meeting the agricultural and food challenges in the area. Its networking capacity allows it to mobilize the expertise of multiple stakeholders (decision-makers, professionals, teachers, researchers, civil society) and to propose alternatives for sustainable rural development at the crossroads of science, innovation and diplomacy.
The CIHEAM-IAMM has naturally developed a culture of listening and co-building as an essential consideration in its decision-making.
A network of experts to meet the challenges of agriculture and food in the Mediterranean
French and English courses for students and international researchers
Unique documentary collection on the Mediterranean
Production of scientific films and digital resources for training
The CIHEAM-IAMM Cafeteria welcomes students and the Institute’s staff
Open from Monday to Friday from 11:30 to 13:45
A Gourmet restaurant on our Campus
Open starting from 11:30 from Monday to Friday
Tel. + 33(0)6 75 01 77 27
The nearest: "Vert Bois"