The JUNIA-ISA program trains engineers in agriculture, the environment, the food industry and agricultural business.
The JUNIA-ISA program has as a main aim to train bioengineers for the planet and life sciences in general, with high human skills and a certain level of entrepreneurship. Sustainable development, environmental impacts of all human and industrial activities are the core base of differents courses and corporate social and environmental responsability are taught in specific teaching modules.
The training of JUNIA-ISA engineers runs over a period of 5 years. An internship each year (except 4th year). Finally, between the 2nd and 3rd years, the students must do a gap of 5 months (students who are weak in English are required to go to an English-speaking country). This gap, which the student must do on his own, is an immersion in the world of work. It is often an opportunity for very rich contacts to be made and for discovering the student’s potential.
3 months after graduation: 85%
6 months after graduation: 98%
JUNIA-ISA students can after their 5 years curriculum continue with specialised Masters, double degree programs (Master of Science) with a partner university (international) or with a PhD thesis
Engineers in the following sectors:
Agriculture and related fields
The food industry and food production
Distribution - retailers - logistics
Banking and insurance
Rural areas development
Environment (nature reserves, wast - pollution - water management)
The Ingénieur diploma (Master of Science and Engineering degree) of JUNIA-ISA trains students in the following sectors: agriculture, food science, environment, agro-ecomics – management - marketing. The JUNIA-ISA ingénieur curriculum is accredited by the CTI (Commission for Awarding Engineering Diplomas) which is equivalent to a Masters degree. The Commission requires graduates to obtain, amongst others an English qualification equal to or above B2 on the European scale of reference, to perform an international mobility of a minimum of 17 weeks, and a minimum of 28 weeks of internships in a professional context (company).
Studies are for 5 years after high school. They are organised in a common core syllabus for three and a half years. In the 4th Year (Master 1 level year), students choose a specialisation in agriculture, environment, food science and industry, agribusiness / economics/marketing . In 5th Year the choice is made to continue to study either at JUNIA-ISA or at one of the other partners of FranceAgro3 (ISARA Lyon, INP-Toulouse-Purpan) or others such as ESA Angers, AgroParisTech, ISTOM...
In 1st Year:
- High school diploma weighted towards scientific subjects
In 2nd Year:
- have passed the first year of a scientific degree majoring in Biology
- be in Higher Maths/Biology and admitted to Higher Biology in the same school
- be in possession of a two year post-baccalaureate qualification in Agriculture
- be in First Year Medical studies and have obtained the equivalent of First year in Biology.
In 3rd Year:
- have passed the first two years of a degree in Biology
- have a Bachelors in Biology
- have a university level two-year diploma in Biology
- be eligible for entry into French agronomy schools
In 4th Year:
-have a validated a Bachelor of Science in related fields or 1st Year Masters in Biology or Post-graduate certificate
In 1st Year: transcripts and entrance examination - upload of information on Parcoursup platform – end of registration mid April
In 2nd, 3rd and 4th Years: transcripts (http://admissions.junia.com – end of registration mid May
Cost of programme : 6400 €/year for French and EU students the first 3 years (Bachelor), 8500€ / year for Master years. For international students outside EU, please check our website
Financing: it is possible to obtain grants from the Ministry of Agriculture and Food (French students); bank loans are also possible