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Irina from Russia, awarded an MSc by apprenticeship
I am 24 years old. As a result of my studies at Groupe ESA, I am today a team leader in a major French company in Moscow, Sucden (Groupe Sucre et Denrees, one of the world leaders in sugar trading). I am in charge of contracts for malting barley and also relations with Sucden’s subsidiaries. For further info

Carmen from Mexico - “n+I?? programme of Edufrance
Before coming to Angers I already had a good job with Danone in Mexico and a future assured within the company. My ambition was to specialize in research and development of new food products, and to learn management methods, both of which are offered by Groupe ESA. I discovered the “n+I?? program of Edufrance which enables one to orientate and it facilitates admission procedure to a “Master degree?? in France, and thus I heard about ESA, Angers. For further info

Lu,from China a full-time student for the ‘Ingénieur en Agriculture diploma
After a degree in applied science at Beijing I worked for several years in the domestic food industry. Then at 24, I desired to continue my studies abroad. So in 2004 I started to improve my French at CIDEF ‘Centre International d’Etudes Françaises’ in Angers. Then a year later I started postgraduate studies at ESA. For further info

Lauro from Argentina - MSc International Vintage, Erasmus Mundus Programme
I’m from Mendoza and I’m 27. My passion for wine has incited me to take time out from my professional career to follow the MSc International vintage course. My aim? Simply to acquire an international competence in this domain. What attracted me to this course? The fact that all the key factors of vine and wine business management are dealt with, from production to sales. For further info

Ma from Dalian, China – student of MSc International Agribusiness
Me, I like to be different to the others, and when job hunting I believe it to be an advantage. So I decided to follow the MSc International Agribusiness course. Rare are the courses like this which enable you to acquire multi skills – in technology and business. For further info

Ales from Ljubljana ‘Slovenia’ EU ‘Socrates’ Exchange
I am a regular student of food technology at Ljubljana University and I have chosen to spend a year at ESA, Angers. An indisputable plus of this institution is that all its French students have had one or more foreign experiences. Thus they are naturally moved towards the incoming student from elsewhere, to discover his culture, and to help him/her out on the campus and in everyday life. For further info

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