Bordeaux Sciences Agro is the only higher education institution in agronomy in the largest European region, offering both quality teaching and a privileged environment. Indeed, the city of Bordeaux enjoys a privileged position in the first region of France in terms of agricultural added value and since 2007, it represents the largest urban area to have been declared a World Heritage site by the UNESCO. In a quiet and green environment, located just half an hour from the centre of Bordeaux, the school offers international students the best conditions to enjoy their mobility experience. Bordeaux Sciences Agro is preparing students and apprentices with a solid scientific background in the life sciences for three years. The trades carried out take place in the sectors of agriculture, agronomy, environment and rural development, agri-food, bio-industries, services etc. The aim of the school is to train multi-skilled engineers with a high level of expertise, scientists capable of mastering complex systems and responsible executives capable of adapting to the evolution of companies and the agricultural context of tomorrow. The research at Bordeaux Sciences Agro is developed within different research units under the co-supervision with INRA and the University of Bordeaux: â¢ EGFV Ecophysiology and Functional Genomics of the Vine: The Joint Research Unit brings together a set of multidisciplinary competences from ecophysiology to molecular physiology, to biochemistry, genetics, to study the functioning of the vine and the determinants of the quality of the grape berry. â¢ ISPA Interactions soil plant atmosphere: The Joint Research Unit "Soil Plant Interactions" (ISPA) focuses on the understanding and modeling of the flows and cycles of materials (C, N, P, K, water, particles, contaminants) and energy In anthropized, agricultural and forest ecosystems. â¢ Vineyard Health and Agroecology: The UVE SAVE develops research mainly on the agrosystem of viticulture in order to understand the mechanisms underlying the establishment and development of insect pest diseases and populations.