• Du 19 December 2016 au 05 June 2017
  • Applications are open until 5th June 2017 and are to be completed online.

The MAN-IMAL 2nd-Year Master's "From Animal to Man: Analysing and managing health and food risks" is aimed at doctors, pharmacists, veterinarians, agricultural or food-processing engineers, agronomists, and biologists. The applications are now open. MAN-IMAL is a pioneering French training programme based on the One World, One Health concept promoted by the World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE).

Online applications for the MAN-IMAL Master's degree are now open!

Applications are now open since 19th December 2016 and will close on 5th June 2017 (9h GMT+1).
Notification of acceptance, waiting list or refusal sent to all students who applied before 3th April 2017: from 1st to 5th MAY 2017.
Notification of acceptance, waiting list or refusal sent to all students who applied before 5th June 2017: from 26th to 29th June 2017.

The MAN-IMAL training offer is aimed at doctors, pharmacists, veterinarians, agricultural or food-processing engineers, agronomists, and biologists.

The MAN-IMAL Masters Degree:

MAN-IMAL is a response to the vulnerability and insufficiency of production systems and their management of the triad animal-man-food, due to a lack of shared training between the professionals who have a major role to play in public health and food safety (veterinarians, doctors, engineers).

By structuring a shared training course, the organisation of these systems, as well as the management of sanitary and nutritional risks, will be optimised.

MAN-IMAL trains managers and technicians able to join forces to take on the new worldwide challenges of ensuring sufficient and efficient food production chains, associated with the issues of health, food safety and general public health.

This programme benefits from funds from the French National Research Agency under convention ANR-11-IDFI-0003.

Partenaires

This innovative programme is headed by the Nantes-Atlantic National College of Veterinary Medicine, Food Science and Engineering, in partnership with:
  • The University of Nantes' Department of Medicine
  • The University of Angers' Department of Medicine
  • ESA Group (L'Ecole Supérieure d'Agriculture d'Angers)