Vinifera EuroMaster 2017-18 program-overviewThe programme is organised over 2 years of study, awarding 60 ECTS each. It is open to students from various academic backgrounds.
In year 1, M1, held in Montpellier and Bordeaux, students cover knowledge areas in all core fields of Vine and Wine sectors.
From June to July, during 1 month, students will follow courses in Bordeaux Sciences Agro, specializing in company and terroir auditing.In addition to the usual lectures and laboratory practice, an immersion period and several field trips (including a study trip) are included in the programme to develop a close view of the industry and strengthen student analytical skills.
To gather experience in the everyday processes of grape production and wine making, it is strongly recommended to carry out internships in wine companies or in grape production before starting the master programme. We equally encourage this practice between the first and the second study years (summer internships).
In year 2 (M2) held at one of the consortium partner institutions, students can prepare their future professional and/or academic targets, benefiting from the wide range of possibilities offered in the different countries. Students may deepen specific expertise within this mobility framework that is compulsory in Vinifera EuroMaster programme, and further develop specific knowledge areas during the master thesis internship experience.
Overview of Vinifera Modules 2017-18
Page updated on : 2017-04-26
End of Vinifera calls 2013-15
Deadline for the 1st call
call 2013-2015 is opened
2nd call result
New association with UNESCO chair
new associate partner
Scholarship for master thesis
Anna Selmeczy, Vinifera Student, won the European Youth Professionals Wine Competition 2012
Tracer survey batches 1 and 2
Vinifera second call of applications
Video Clip and students opinion