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AUDENCIA Business School

MSc in Food and Agribusiness Management

Audencia Business School has partnered with the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing (ESPM), the leading university in Brazil for business strategy, marketing, and integrated communications programmes, to offer this MSc. In this programme, students will study both in France and Brazil and they will earn two degrees: Master of Science (MSc) degree from Audencia Business School and MBA degree from ESPM. Students in the Master of Science in Food and Agribusiness Management programme gain in-depth knowledge and practical skills in the agrienergy and agribusiness industry through courses, projects, field trips, a master’s thesis, and an internship. 

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Entry requirement: Four-year bachelor’s degree in any field
Duration: 1 year
Location: Nantes (France), Sao Paulo (Brazil)
Language: English
Selection: online application + TOEFL/TOEIC/IELTS + interview/essay
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

Replays

2016-05-26

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Participants:

  • José PERES de LIMA Neto - Chargé de mission pédagogique
  • 01:08

    The speech

    02:19

    Face to face

    02:36

    Hello. In order to be admitted is there an advantage if we speak Portuguese? Thank you.

    04:50

    Do we get to make any trips to the farm or industries? And do we have any events to try out different food sources and other agricultural products? Thank you!

  • 07:07

    Can this program help me to get network of contacts in agri field?

    09:09

    Does everyone have to go to Brazil on the second semester? Is there any option to stay in Paris for one full year? That interests me more for my career in France. Thanks!

    10:26

    Expert question

    10:32

    Expert question: A double degree in France and Brazil makes an interesting mix in terms of studying food and agribusiness. However, both schools are business schools. Where do you get the scientific expertise to ensure students are getting an interdisciplinary education on this complex and important topic?

  • 13:48

    How is the life in the programme for foreign students? Accommodation, team spirit, activities…

    15:32

    Is there a possibility to do a concentration or a minor on agri-energy? I want to specialize in this area only by focusing my time on courses for this.

    16:55

    Can I envisage career after the graduation as a nutritionist in a big food production company? What are the past options?

    18:42

    Are students with previous work experience in the agribusiness? Or can I be a complete beginner of the topic? Thank you.

  • 20:02

    Conclusion

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