1st year

  • Each student studies scientific subjects such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, which enables them to develop a mastery of the tools for calculation and an aptitude for reasoning.
     
  • The study of biological subjects, the practical work which goes with them, field trips and internships are all exercises which teach observation and a scientific approach.

 

 

 

 

 

  • An intensive and demanding workload, great diversity in the subjects taught and assessment of the skills acquired enables each student to develop a capacity for commitment and autonomy and a greater knowledge of him/herself.
     
  • Learning human and social sciences (law, languages etc.) enables student engineers to take the role of a social partner.

These goals all converge during the end-of-year internship on a farm which represents invaluable experience both of the agricultural industry and in terms of human development.