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AGRONOMY - Engineering Program

The French “diplôme d’ingénieur” corresponds to a Master of Sciences and is recognized as a Master Degree in the USA by AACRAO (American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers)

After two years of prep schools, a national competitive exam leads to the selection of the best students. The program lasts three years, and is taught in French.

In order to integrate the engineering program in food sciences in AgroSup Dijon, international students are subject to a specific admission process, they have the choice between:

  • the BE competitive exam, which allows integration in the first year,
  • the DE competitive exam, which allows integration in the second year.

BE

With this process, called “Concours BE”, international students join the first year of the program, equivalent to the third year of BSc in engineering.

AgroSup Dijon BE competitive exam is reserved to:

  • foreign applicants holding a degree or diploma in a scientific field attesting to at least three years of higher education or the acquisition of 180 European credits (180 ECTS)
  • foreign applicants holding a B2 level in French and in English

Presentation of the Agronomy program

Language of instruction :  French

Download the Application file

The deadline for submitting applications is April, 24th

 

Be careful, if there is a Campus France office in your country, you must also contact them in order to prepare your application.

Visit the website of the Campus France office near you.

This exam includes an initial selection based on a review of applicants’ files; selected candidates will be interviewed by a jury. The interview will take place at the end of May.

DE

With this process, called “Concours DE”, international students join the program at the beginning of the second year, equivalent to  the first year of MSc in engineering.

AgroSup Dijon concours DE exam is reserved to:

  • foreign applicants holding a degree or diploma in a scientific field attesting to at least four years of higher education or the acquisition of 240 European credits (240 ECTS)
  • foreign applicants holding a B2 level in French and in English

Presentation of the Agricultural engineering program

Language of instruction :  French

Download the Application file

The deadline for submitting applications is April, 24th

 

Be careful, if there is a Campus France office in your country, you must also contact them in order to prepare your application.

Visit the website of the Campus France office near you.

This exam includes an initial selection based on a review of applicants’ files; selected candidates will be interviewed by a jury. The interview will take place at the end of May.