Recherche

Plant Production

A team of students, supervised by our lecturers, can be made available to your company to analyse a given situation and offer you personalised operational solutions.

  • “Innovative projects” undertaken by groups of fourth or fifth year engineering students.
    Example: impact of climate change on wheat cycle calibration in Poitou-Charentes
  • “Export projects” carried out by a team of fifth-year engineering students.
    Examples: potential of the Eastern European markets for fodder and maize seeds: strategy for development and production of tomatoes for the Chinese market.
  • “Tutored projects” carried out by groups of Professional Degree students (Licence professionnelle).
    Examples: How do you recycle waste from triage in fodder seed production? How to offer new services to farmers in the context of precision farming?

Horticulture & landscaping

A group of Professional Degree students, supervised by our lecturers, responds to your needs by carrying out a study called a “Tutored Project”.
Examples: ways to reduce phytosanitary treatments of greenhouse seedlings; the design of a planted public space as part of an urban redevelopment project; a study on the planting and development of a storm catchment area, etc.

Environment

A group of fifth-year ESA engineering students carry out research and offer you personalised operational solutions.
Examples: Carbon balance; Single Risk Management document; waste management plan; environmental management plan; sociological survey.

Animal husbandry

A team of students, supervised by our lecturers, can be made available to your company to analyse a given situation and offer you personalised operational solutions.

  • “Sectoral studies” performed by third, fourth or fifth-year engineering students.
    Examples: feasibility of the development of organic chicken production in Western France, study of the dynamics of a dairy catchment area; new offers of services in animal husbandry advisory bodies, management of parasitism in dairy cattle farms.
  • “Export projects” carried out by teams of fifth-year engineering students.
    Example: market for fermented dairy products in Egypt.
  • “Tutored projects” carried out by groups of Professional Degree students.
    Example: Drinking water for dairy cows, the impact of paratuberculosis on suckler cattle breeding, and the impact of breeding techniques on dairy production performance.

Food processing

A team of students, supervised by our educational team, can be made available to your company to analyse a given situation and offer you personalised operational solutions.

  • “Export projects”: missions performed by teams of fifth-year engineering students in response to your international project.
    Example: opportunities for the supply of natural cooked tuna in a target country.
  • “Marketing research”: a team of Agricadre students examines your commercial marketing/development issues.
    Example: How can a dairy cooperative relaunch the sale of ladle-moulded cheeses marketed in GMS?
  • “Sectoral studies” carried out by groups of Food Identity master students.
    Example: positioning and marketing of terroir regional produce; marketing research for French terroir food products in Canada.
  • R&D projects: a team of fifth-year engineering students support your project for developing new products and its establishment on the industrial site.
    Example: development of an innovative range of cold meats for an industrial company and its implementation in an existing workshop.

Viticulture-oenology

A team of students, supervised by our educational team, can be made available to your company to analyse a given situation and offer you personalised operational solutions.

  • “Sectoral studies” performed by fourth or fifth-year engineering students.
    Example: valorisation of the aromatic potential of Cabernet Franc (study of the influence of the harvest date and of certain production processes); structure of the French wine market (how do terroir, price and sensory descriptors influence the wine purchasing behaviour); definition of technical and economic itineraries for the vineyards of the Loire Valle
  • “Export projects” carried out by teams of fifth-year engineering students.
    Example: marketing opportunities for a “fruit wine” in the United Kingdom.
  • “Tutored projects” carried out by groups of Professional Degree students.
    Example: creation of a direct sales channel for Bordeaux wines in Paris (feasibility study); how can a vineyard increase its sales of bottles through direct sales and the CHR networ

Trade, Marketing & Distribution

A team of students, supervised by our educational team, can be made available to your company to analyse a given situation and offer you personalised operational solutions.

  • “Marketing research”: survey (from the questionnaire to the analysis of the results) and development of a plan for commercial action carried out by teams of Agricadre students.
    Example: how to facilitate the launching of a website for hand tools for professionals of the plant world?
  • “Funding application file”: mission to assist in the preparation of a financing file by Agricadre students (up to the credibility test before the credit committee of a bank).
  • “Export projects”: missions performed by teams of fifth-year engineering students in response to your international project.
    Example: opportunities for developing and launching a range of Corsican products on the Belgian market.
  • “Tutored projects”: studies carried out by groups of Professional Degree students.
    Example: how to incorporate locally produced organic food into the menus of a retirement home without increasing the cost?

Junior-entreprise: O.S.E.R

Junior-Entreprise, to do what?

Using the consulting model, Junior-Entreprises® enables companies to carry out their projects, using the students’ skills and their dynamism. At the same time, they give students the opportunity to acquire real professional experience in their areas of competence.
Established in more than 160 grandes écoles, the Junior-Entreprises branches today form a real network in France, under the direction of the Confédération Nationale des Junior-Entreprises (CNJE – National Confederation of Junior Enterprises).

OSER (Ouest Services Études Recherches)

Ouest Services Etudes Recherches is the Junior-Entreprise of ESA for nearly 30 years now! It is governed by a board of directors of some twenty student volunteers and brings together the companies that submit studies and the paid students who carry them out.

Our assets- an experience of 30 years

  • a potential pool of 700 students
  • competitive pricing
  • a certified Junior-Entreprise label
  • among the 30 best Junior-Entreprises of France in 2001 and 2009
  • finalist of the best prospective label 2014

Our services

  • market research (surveys, customer satisfaction, market studies, consumer studies)
  • management studies (study on feasibility, return and elaboration of business plan)
  • technical studies (statistics, physiochemical and microbiological studies, energy)
  • bibliographical studies (regrouping of data, information research)
  • translations of technical documents and interpreters

Do you have any questions? Would you like O.S.E.R. to carry out any studies for you?
Contact
02 41 87 17 87
oser@oser-je.com
Site web : oser-je.com