The interuniversity Master's Degree in Agroecology trains actors able to support the agroecological transition of food production systems in a European and tropical context.
Interuniversity and multi-site training.
The master's degree in agroecology is organised as a joint degree with
- Liege Université: Arlon Campus Environment and Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech;
- Université Libre de Bruxelles : Interfaculty School of Bioscience engineering;
- Université de Paris-Saclay: AgroParisTech.
2nd CycleMaster’s degree
At the end of their training, students are able to analyse complex and dynamic agroecosystems in a qualitative and quantitative way. They can describe agricultural socio-ecosystems holistically through multidisciplinary approaches.