With students from more than 25 countries, enjoy a multicultural experience!
63 professionals from 8 countries in the last edition, each a specialist in their own field.
The first year is professionally oriented and comprises lectures, field and laboratory practicals, personal and group work and study, and visits to leading companies.
Technical experts from Limagrain, Syngenta, Monsanto, Pioneer or Ramiro Arnedo have participated in past editions.
The flexibility of the Master permits students to take separate modules on a specific topic of their choice.
Throughout the first part of the Master, students carry out an individual project of a breeding programme, on a plant species of their choice applied to specific environmental and socio-economic conditions, normally those of their country of origin. This project allows students to:
IAMZ is one of the four Mediterranean Agronomic Institutes of the CIHEAM (International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies). CIHEAM is an intergovernmental organization created in 1962 with the patronage of the Council of Europe and the OECD. IAMZ is located on the Campus of Aula Dei, one of the largest and most prestigious agricultural science complexes in Spain, promoting synergy between the scientific community, businesses and students.
Complete application form at: www.admission.iamz.ciheam.org
Complete application form from this link
The selection of candidates is performed by IAMZ-CIHEAM Study Commission of the Master. The Master's Commission will select candidates based on the application documents sent by the candidates. Academic results and any previous professional experience related with the area of specialization are the main aspects considered.
Part One of the Master is held from 21 September 2020 to 11 June 2021.
Part Two will commence in September 2021 with a duration of 10 months.
Submission of applications through the online procedure. Deadline: May 29, 2020
Registration fees are 2950 euro per academic year.
Candidates from CIHEAM member countries may apply for a scholarship to cover registration fees, medical insurance and full-board accommodation.
Candidates of any nationality may apply for a grant to cover all or part of the registration fees.