The Master’s program is divided into two years of study, comprising 120 credit points (ECTS) overall. The introductory week, the lectures as well as the language training in the first year are organized and held at Montpellier Supagro, and taught by lecturers from the partner institutions.
The lecture content ranges from “Viticulture”, “Enology” and “Economics for the Wine Industry” to seminars covering scientific work (please see the Module Handbook; 1st year). The first year is completed with 1-week field trip to one of the European wine countries.

The second half of the program takes place at one of the partner institutes. During the third and fourth semesters, lectures, practical exercises and seminars offered by the partner institution are taken (please see the Module Handbook; 2nd year).
The Master Thesis, which can also be undertaken in cooperation with an associated partner in the USA, Australia, New Zealand, South America or South Africa, completes the Master’s Program.

Module Handbook; 1st year in Montpellier

Module Handbook; 2nd year in Geisenheim

Module Handbook; 2nd year - all partners