- 36000 Students
- Public Institution Type
The history of ESA goes back over more than a century. ESA, Ecole Supérieure d’Agricultures, saw the light of day in 1898 with the encouragement of professionals from the rural world in the West of France. Professionals who wanted to develop the agricultural sector by creating a school specialised in training engineers in agriculture.
The valorisation of experience, close ties with the professional world, intensive support, the will to develop a sense of entrepreneurship, tools in the service of education and training, etc. These are the main characteristics of the teaching methods applied and practiced at ESA.
ESA gives priority to multidisciplinary research at the service of its departments, study programmes and international presence. 5 research units, 90 researchers, of whom 41 are lecturer-researchers, working on research in the service of the design of sustainable agricultural and food systems.
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The Student Activities Offices are key players in life at ESA, playing an important role in the integration of students. They facilitate the exchanges, and promote friendship and mutual support between the various years. Bridging the different clubs and student societies of the school, they bring students together through entertainment and other events at ESA.
Whatever your programme of studies at ESA, you will always have someone to answer your questions and respond to your expectations.
ESA students live off-campus. Angers is a town that hosts 38,000 students every year. You will easily find somewhere to live in our area:
The ESA Sports Association offers many different types of sports for everybody: soccer, volley ball, basketball, badminton. Other sports may also be played depending on the demand from students. Training takes place during the week in a spirit of camaraderie and with a view to having a good time!
Culture and Media
Music and dance
Entertainment – Events
i think my experience went quiet good in that university because we have some good teachers their and i managed to have friends but the program is a bit long and boring also we don't get the time to apply what we learn so we always learn by books and not by experiences and they should make it a bit fun and enjoyable
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