Project Management For Food Factories of the Future (PM3F)
The international master of science dedicated to ENGINEERS for whom innovative food factory makes environment sense
PM3F is a 2 years integrated specific curriculum of a Master of Science in Process and Bioprocess Engineering accredited by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. This MSc involves 2 other curriculums, PM3E and MBE and is jointly developed by Oniris1, IMT Atlantique2 and Polytech Nantes3 on the strength of their common Research Unit GEPEA4.
All three of them are accredited by the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (CTI), the French institution which awards engineering degrees.
1Oniris is an Elite Graduate School specialized in Food Sciences and Food Processes Engineering, under the aegis of the Ministry of Agriculture 2Institut Mines Telecom Atlantique is an Elite Graduate School specialized in digital technology, energy and environment, under the aegis of Ministry of Industry and digital sector 3Polytech Nantes is the Graduate Engineering School of University of Nantes, under the aegis of Ministry of Research and Higher Education 4GEPEA (UMR CNRS 6144) is a Excellence Joined Research Unit of the CNRS, classified amongst the top 10% of Research units in France by the HCERES commission
The objective of PM3F...
is to train the future project leaders or supervisors capable of managing complex and innovative engineering projects in the domain of Food Process Engineering and Food Production, with strong skills and concerns in environment and energy efficiency within an international context.
Career opportunities for graduates
Exploitation or Production Engineer
Research & Development
Food and related industries (Biotechnology, Cosmetics, Pharmaceutical)
Equipment suppliers and manufacturers
Technical Research Centers and Engineering firms
PM3F graduates can go into PhD programs.
1st year - program structure at IMTA
Students applying for the first year of the Master's program are invited to take a look at the program offered by ITM Atlantic.