1st year admissions: how do the dossier and the interview respectively weigh ?
The dossier is worth 60% and the oral interview is worth 40% of the total grade.
Which degrees are necessary to apply to ISARA-Lyon Engineering Degree?
To apply in the first year: at minimum a diploma of end of secondary education in sciences.
To apply in the fourth year: at minimum a Bachelor of Science in Life sciences, Agricultural sciences, Food sciences, Environmental sciences, or any related field.
Are there student residence halls on ISARA-Lyon campus?
No but ISARA-Lyon cooperates with public and private residence halls in Lyon (pre-booked apartments, lower administrative expenses at the entrance):
- CROUS : www.crous-lyon.fr
- OSE www.leclubetudiant.com
- NEXITY-STUDEA www.nexity-studea.com
- et CAMPUSEA www.campusea.fr.
Is there any student restaurant close to the campus?
The Student restaurants operated by the CROUS are located witin 10 minute walking from ISARA-Lyon
A snack bar is also available within ISARA-Lyon premises and the students lobby is equipped with fridges and micro-wave ovens.
I will be abroady when the admission interviews will take place, how can I organize?
Phone or skype interviews can be organized in this case.
What is the minimum language requirements for international students?
B2 level in French
In the next 4 months, ISARA-lyon and its dedicated teams will be in China, Brazil, Kosovo and USA to meet new partners and exchange with the existing ones.
01 January 2017
European MSc Sustainable Food Systems
Apply until :
1st March 2017 for non-EU citizens
1st April 2017 for EU citizens
for next entry in September 2017.
Read more about application procedure...
08 June 2017
Agroecology Internationnal Summer Schhool
Come join us in France from June 8 to July 12 in Lyon. A summer school dedicated to undergraduates with a science/Humanities Major.
The association Agroecology Europe is planning, in including other NGOs, to organise the first Agroecology Europe conference, to take place from 25-27 October at ISARA, in Lyon (France).
Agroecology Europe aims to promote agroecology in the farming and food sector and in wider society.