It is an additional and complementary degree whose objective is to offer students (doctors, pharmacists, veterinarians, scientists, food-processing engineers) technical training, as well as to offer professionals advanced skills in public health issues.
Engineered by a pedagogical team of over 80 experts: research professors from a variety of disciplines (agronomy, medicine, veterinary studies, biology, pharmacy, law, economics), and numerous professionals from the same fields, the programme benefits from the support of each partner's research units.
The curriculum strongly emphasises the pedagogical use of ICTE* allowing for maximum, individual progression within the programme and the learning processes. Due to the international focus of MAN-IMAL, all courses are taught in English and students, as well as professors, from all over the world are welcome.
As such, the programme offers a rich exchange amongst different cultures and an international perspective on public health topics.
In order to be eligible, all candidates must have completed at least one year of post-graduate studies (equivalent to 60 ECTS credits) in pharmaceutical or biological sciences, medical and or veterinary studies, food processing engineering or agriculture.
*Information and Communication Technology in Education.
Because in a globalised, industrialised society with an increasing number of stakeholders and regulations, production chains are becoming more and more complex.
Based on the ‘‘One World, One Health’’ concept, the man-imal programme seeks to answer these changes thanks to a global and cross-disciplinary approach integrating.
To cope with these new issues on Public Health and Food Safety, the Master’s degree ‘‘From Animal to Man: Analysing and Managing Health and Food Risks’’ trains executives to new job profiles.
The Cross-Disciplinary Approach is ensured by:
To apply for the Master’s degree, students must:
- Pharmaceutical or biological sciences
- Medical studies
- Veterinary studies
- Food-processing or agricultural engineering
The first semester is dedicated to acquiring theoretical knowledge, tools and methods. Cross-disciplinary courses are provided to develop:
During the second semester, students do an internship, whose subject is directly related to the man-imal themes, in a professional environment, in France or abroad.
This internship leads to the completion and defence of a Master’s thesis.
This course trains students from various fields:
The 15th January 2020 for the 2020-2021 academic year
Scholarship based on merit.