El programa de máster en Planificación de Proyectos de Desarrollo Rural y Gestión Sostenible puede ser cursado como parte del programa de máster AgrisMundus - Sustainable Development in Agriculture Master of Sciences.

AgrisMundus es un máster conjunto europeo Erasmus Mundus de alto nivel en agricultura, desarrollo y gestión sostenible de los recursos naturales. El consorcio que organiza el máster está formado por 6 prestigiosas universidades europeas:

  • Montpellier SupAgro, institution coordinated of the consortium, the specialised training institution in France for agricultural systems in the Mediterranean, the tropics and the subtropics;

  • Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR), the university of life sciences of the Netherlands, with a mission to explore the potential of nature to improve the quality of life. WUR has a strong experience in developing countries, especially in the domain of land and water management;

  • University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Sciences, is one of the European leading universities in the areas of food, health, plants, natural resources and environment, with a recognised expertise in agricultural development in the third countries; 

  • University College Cork (UCC), which hosts one of the well-known colleges in Ireland for agriculture and food industries;

  • Universita degli Studi di Catania, the university in Sicilia, Italy, with a high experience in mediterranean crops and animals;

  • Universidad Politecnica de Madrid the university in Spain which carries for years a deep involvement in the support to local development in Europe and the Americas.

El Máster AgrisMundus está vinculado a AGRINATURA, la Alianza Europea de Conocimiento Agrícola para el Desarrollo”.

Toda la información del programa acceso a becas, líneas de investigación específicas, etc. la encontrará en www.agrismundus.eu


• Un programa de dos cursos académicos de 120 ECTS
• Orientado en la zonas tropicales y en los países en desarrollo
• Un año en una universidad europea , el segundo año en otra (Programa). Cursarás el máster en la UPM como segundo año del itinerario     "Local development and sustainable development in agriculture"
• Título de máster conjunto
• Seleccionado por el programa Erasmus Mundus de la Comisión Europea, como uno de los 150 mejores programas de máster en Europa! (Lista)
• Becas europeas disponibles (AgrisMundus becas)

El Máster AgrisMundus tiene su continuación en el doctorado conjunto europeo AgTraIn, ofrecido por el mismo consorcio de universidades.


Montpellier SupAgro
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F- 34093 Montpellier Cedex 5, France

Gisèle André secretariat@agrismundus.eu




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