Since its creation in 1860, the Faculty, through its teachers and researchers, has been very active internationally and has developed many networks around the world.
Our teachers and researchers work in collaboration with many partners on all continen.
Some specific course modules are organised in the field abroad.
The reputation of the Faculty and the contacts of your teachers can also help you in the search for internships or master thesis subjects abroad. You could therefore live out very practical experiences, with special support from our contacts abroad.
Each year, about thirty destinations around the world are covered by our students' internship and master thesis departures.
Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech is also part of a series of thematic networks in the field of agronomy and collaborates with a range of institutions around the world.learn more
The AGRO-BIO TECH and TERRA research units are developing privileged partnerships with various international institutions.
Researchers at the TERRA Teaching and Research Centre collaborate with research groups around the world.
Expertise in developing countries
Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech's expertise in developing countries led the ULiege authorities to create PACODEL, the Centre for Partnership and Development Cooperation of the University of Liège.
The NGO of the Faculty (ADG) also made it possible to create the university NGO ECLOSIO, which now benefits all the faculties.
Graduates involved in international organisations
Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech alumni often hold prestigious positions, either in international organisations (such as UNESCO or FAO), or in ministerial or presidential functions in their country of origin or in renowned institutions such as Harvard.
The local television channel "Canal Zoom" has produced a series of reports to highlight the interesting careers of our alumni.
About fifty international mobility agreements
Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech has more than fifty agreements signed with institutions in Europe, but also in Latin America (Brazil), Asia (Japan) and North America (Quebec). These agreements allow you to complete part of your course abroad.