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ISA Lille - Graduate School of Agriculture and Bioengineering (Junia)

4.0 out of 5 (13 ratings / 11 reviews) Lille, France
ISA Lille - Graduate School of Agriculture and Bioengineering is part of France Agro³, a leading French network of education and research in life science that sets itself as a comprehensive and dynamic collective of higher education. ISA Lille offers master’s programs specializing in Agricultural Science, Food Science, Environmental Science and Agricultural Economics, Marketing & Management.

Master's Programmes

Agriculture & Forestry (1)
Applied Sciences & Professions (1)
Arts, Design & Architecture (1)
Environmental Studies & Earth Sciences (1)

About

History

Created in 1963, ISA Lille’s campus is part of  Lille Catholic University, the largest private higher education institution in France, with 26,000 full-time students and 2,500 international students.

Education

Our academic programs are based on the acquisition of solid scientific and technical skills as well as personal development. Scientific courses, individual mentoring, professional immersion throughout our program help our student build their own path, keeping the reality of the corporate world and society in perspective.

Research

All of our Research Units belong to larger regional, national and international research networks: Universities, Institutes and our business partners’ R&D departments. These evolving collaborations contribute to guaranteeing the academic excellence of our students’ education and advancing innovation in our fields of research.

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Services

Student services

Coming to live and study in a foreign country can be a confusing and complicated process, so ISA Lille’s International Relations Office provides many helpful services for our incoming international students. We are available to assist you with administrative procedures before you arrive, during your stay and even after your graduation.

Housing services

We recommend that students book a room in a Lille Catholic University Residence Hall. These residences are managed by the Association d’Entraide Universitaire (AEU) and are the most convenient way for our students to find housing in Lille. 

Medical services

European Union Students: Bring your European health insurance card or the health insurance certificate provided by the authorities in your home country. Non-European Union Students: If you are under 28 and you’re staying in France for more than 4 months, you are required by law to register with the national health insurance (Sécurité Sociale), even if you have private insurance.

Student Life

Campus life

ISA Lille is an ideal site for studies and student life:

  • 10,000 m2 accessible from 7 a.m. to 11p.m.
  • 3 000 m2 of laboratories
  • 1 Codesign Center
  • Common spaces for student associations
  • ISO 14001 certified building

Student clubs

ISA Lille's Student Associations include:

  • AE: (Association des étudiants) ISA Lille’s student council, the Student Association Office represents the more than 20 collective student associations that animate student life with numerous special events.
  • Aere: (Association Educative et Récréative à l’Environnment) Educational and Recreational Association for the Environment, is an association dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of respecting the environment.
  • Agriclub: Organizes various events about agriculture.
  • Agrisa: AGRISA is a bioengineering consultancy made up of ISA students who work in diverse sectors: agriculture, food science, environment, marketing…

Accreditation

ISA Lille is recognized and accredited by the Commission des Titres d'Ingénieur (Committee of French Engineer title) and by the French Ministries of Education and Agriculture.

Student Reviews

"A few tips about ISA"
Anonymous rated 4 out of 5 stars

My experience so far at ISA have been good. I like the fact the university brings company personnels who are expertise in varoius related field to lecture us on our varoius modules, it really helps to gain the real time experience before hand. But there are long classes hours and sometimes beomes difficult to follow the modules correctly.

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Anonymous rated 5 out of 5 stars

My experience is awesome. Professors are well educated and have experience in the "field", labs are well equipped, and anything that you need you will find there. An academic adviser is the nicest and the most helpful person that I ever met. I advise everyone to choose this university because here you will find a lot of knowledge and good friends.

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Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars

The program was very practical and I acquired a lot of knowledge and skills in food science. The syllabus was loaded and time consuming. The process of finding internship to validate the degree was difficult. The grading system is based on class score. There is no actual marking scheme and different lecturers give different grades to same/similar works.

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