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The ESA Group is a member and actor in major national higher education networks.


L’Enseignement Agricole

Agricultural Education is the second educational sector in France. It is governed by the Ministry of Agriculture and covers junior high school classes through to Masters and PhD degrees.
Enseignement Agricole is a network of 20 higher education establishments (including 7 private schools under contract with the state) totalling more than 14,000 students.
www.portea.fr
http://agriculture.gouv.fr

 

Conseil National de l’Enseignement Agricole Privé

The CNEAP is a federation of private agricultural schools who are all governed by the Ministry of Agriculture. They offer courses from junior high school to engineering school, which prepare students for careers in agriculture, agribusiness, agricultural production, livestock, food processing, services, marketing, landscape and the environment.
www.cneap.scolanet.org
 

Conférence des Grandes Ecoles

The Conférence des Grandes Ecoles is an association of the Grandes Ecoles in engineering, management and education, all recognized by the State and delivering a national diploma attesting to at least 5 years of study after the baccalaureate.
www.cge.asso.fr
 

FESIC – Fédération d’Ecoles Supérieures d’Ingénieurs et de Cadres


FESIC brings together 27 Grandes Ecoles in engineering and management. Created 40 years ago, FESIC's mission is to share experiences and best practices to improve their programs, promote the schools and represent them at the government level.
www.fesic.org
 

FESIA - Federation of Four Engineering Schools in Agriculture, Agribusiness and Environment

Fesia, created in 1984, is composed of four private higher education institutions under the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries. These institutions bring together 3,100 engineering students who intend to pursue careers in the food industry, agriculture and the environment.
www.fesia.org
 



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