Graduate School of Agriculture and Bioengineering - ISA Lille • Lille, France

ISA Lille was founded in 1963 in Lille, France, and is part of Lille Catholic University which is one of the largest private higher education institutions in France. ISA Lille is a French Graduate school of Agriculture and Bioengineering and is recognized by the “Commission de Titres d’Ingénieur” and by the French Ministries of Education. It offers undergraduate and Master’s programmes (both in French and English) with specialisations in Agricultural Science, Food Science, Environmental Science and Economics, Marketing & Management. 1200 students are enrolled in programmes at ISA Lille. Studying at ISA Lille offers students an international experience as the school has 160 partner universities abroad. 200 business partners value ISA students in-depth knowledge as proven by its 5000 alumni. 20% of ISA’s students are in apprenticeships. It’s ISA’s goal to train innovative, open-minded and thoughtful future managers. ISA aims for its graduates to be able to solve the environmental, agricultural, economical and sustenance problems of an alternating world. ISA’s places special value on personalized studies and providing guidance to students so that they are well-prepared for their entry into the professional world. Because of its diversity, ISA teaches student in a multinational environment.

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