In Brazil, there are three types of degree:
Bachelors - takes between four to six years to complete and students can work as teachers after finishing four years of research. Masters - takes one to two years to achieve; Doctoral/PhD - the highest degree you can study and takes three to four years to achieve. These three degrees loosely correspond to the three cycles of the Bologna Process - the European system of higher education. This means that if you have achieved an undergraduate degree at a European university, you should be qualified to achieve a Masters in Brazil.
For future managers who are passionate about food and agriculture, the Master of Science in food and agribusiness management (FAM) programme delivers top academic and pra
Double Degree in a Growing & Dynamic Industry
For future managers who are passionate about food and agriculture, the Master of Science in food and agribusiness management (FAM) programme delivers top academic and practical business knowledge to better manage the world food challenges in a responsible and innovative manner.
With the increasing impact of globalisation and advancing technologies, the food, agrienergy and agricultural industries are in a state of expansion and evolution. As two of the world’s leading countries in agribusiness, France and Brazil are poised to play a fundamental role in the future of the food industry.
In the FAM programme, you’ll learn to excel in all aspects of food and agribusiness management, explore the latest design trends in the field, incorporate design thinking and techniques into your work and share best practices from all over the world. You’ll also earn degrees from two of the top schools in France and Brazil:...