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Higher schools distinguish themselves from universities through their pedagogical approach focused on excellence in education. Unlike universities that offer a wider range of disciplines, higher schools specialize in specific fields such as agronomy. They emphasize practical work and field trips to provide students with hands-on experience in their field of study. This approach allows students in higher schools to develop specialized skills and become familiar with the realities of the field from their initial training.
At the Higher School of Agronomy Mostaganem, students can obtain a state engineering diploma in agronomy after successfully completing a five-year program. This engineering diploma is recognized for its quality and academic rigor, attesting to in-depth professional skills in the field of agronomy. Additionally, upon completing these five years of study, students also have the opportunity to obtain a Master’s degree in agronomy.
Yes, it is possible to pursue a doctoral program at the Higher School of Agronomy Mostaganem. Once you have obtained your state engineering diploma and master’s degree, you can apply for the doctoral program to pursue advanced research studies in the field of agronomy. This opportunity allows students to contribute to the advancement of scientific knowledge and become experts in their specialized field.
the Higher School of Agronomy Mostaganem offers a wide range of specializations in the field of agronomy. Through our excellent education, students can choose from the following specializations: Soil and Environmental Sciences, Forest Management and Development, Animal Production Sciences, Agri-food Technology, Plant Protection, and Crop Production. These specializations are designed to meet the needs of the agronomic sector and allow students to specialize in specific areas based on their interests and professional aspirations.
After obtaining a degree from the Higher School of Agronomy Mostaganem, graduates have numerous career opportunities. With their practical work and field trip-focused education, graduates are prepared to tackle challenges in the agronomic sector. They can pursue careers as agronomical engineers, researchers, consultants, project managers, quality managers, agricultural entrepreneurs, and more. Graduates also have the opportunity to engage in scientific research, government organizations, NGOs, or even start their own businesses in the field of agronomy.