Master Ecology, sustainable development [courses taught in English]
A second year Master in environmental management
This master prepares the students to tackle ecological issues through the combined disciplines of environmental science and project management. All classes are taught in English.
Type of program
Degree upon completion
Type of degree
Work-linked training courses
Foreign students : 8 300 €
An international perspective on sustainable development
During this academic year, fully in English, and throughout study cases, fieldtrips, data collection and laboratory work, students have an international perspective on sustainable development and environmental monitoring.
A 6 month internship in France or abroad
At the end of the year, an internship allow students to use skills needed to conduct independent field research projects in natural or urban environments (direct observation and data collection, research design, field methodology…).
Professional skills to meet the needs
Students develop strong relationships with professionals through the organization of seminars, projects... Industry and agencies seek scientists with project management skills, and graduates of this program will be in high demand.
A European field experience to broaden your skills
Students gain a European perspective on ecology and sustainable development through different field experiences: fieldtrips (bassin versant de la Loire, Creuse), one-week immersion in a sustainable city (Fribourg, Germany), etc...
A one year specialization in environmental science 100 % delivered in English
They trust us
Carrefour (Belgium), Fish & Wildlife Service (USA), INRA Orléans (France), International Airport Dallas (USA), Ministry of Interior Texas (USA), Montana Conservation Corps (USA), Nature Conservancy (Canada), United Nations Environment Program Paris (France), Université College Dublin (Ireland), Uppsala Université (Sweden), Veolia Water PPS (USA)...
Examples of internships
- Comparative management strategies: an ecological assessment of the flora and fauna of Southern Ontario Alvars
- Enhancing environmental citizenship through the development of a nature education workshop
- Building a culture of disaster resilience through application of space based technology
- Conservation and education hand-in-hand towards a sustainable future in Guanacaste, Costa Rica
- Habitat management and monitoring at Necedah national wildlife refuge Necedah, Wisconsin, USA
For which profiles ?
For students who have completed their first year of a Master in a related field (biology, ecology, geography, environment, chemistry, geology, urban planning) and for students who have previously graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (in 4 years) or a Bachelor of Science (in 4 years) in any of the life and natural sciences.
Initial training : from 5 200 € à 8 250 € depending on parent incomes.
Foreign students : 8 300 €