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Month: November 2015

Master ACT (Master of Sciences Agriculture, Climate change, Transitions) will be presented and officially launched at COP 21 on Friday December 4, 10 AM, Paris time.

Many professionnals from the domain are present in Paris for the COP21. They are welcome to join on the floor of Campus France, Generation Climat, Hall at Le Bourget Exhibition Center. Theywill get better informed about the course and they can share views on the training.

The programme of the master will be exposed and the main partners present at the COP 21 will explain why and how they participate to the MSc. Speakers from Montpellier, Sevilla, doctoral schools, and third country partners are expected.

The first call for candidates will be open at the end of the COP21  for starting the course in September 2016!

More news will be displayed on this website soon!


Master ACT  Agriculture, Climate change, Transitions will soon open its first call for candidates on December 18, 2015, soon after the closure of the COP21 conference .

Candidates will be asked to apply precisely for starting the course in August 2016. They will have to choose to follow the first year either in Seville, Montpellier or Copenhagen. It will also be required to justify their choice of the specialisation they will take on the second year.

Application details

The first call for candidates will be open in two months and a half only. It will close on Saturday February 27, 2016.

The results of the selection will be published on this website on March 15 2016 at the latest.

More details here.


Alumni Master ACT (agriculture, climate change, transitions ) : since it is a brand new MSc just open at the COP21, the Master ACT does not have alumni yet, with whom you can exchange about the training. And this situation will not change up till 2018!

However we encourage interested candidates to have a look at the Agris mundus Alumni website.  The experience and the know how developed by the Agris Mundus MSc (Master of Sciences in Sustainable Development in Agriculture) has been critical for elaborating the new course.