1- A comprehensive curriculum of the Typical Food : « from soil and human community to terroir »
How factors like soil, climate, cultural or technologic know-how and the whole socio-ecological context participate to the construction of the specificity of the typical food products ?
2- Characterisation of the specificity of the typical food products
How demonstrate the authenticity of the quality of the typical food products by reliable analysis and how to control and authentifiy its quality (by physical and chemical analysis, sensory and nutritionnal tools) ?
3- Development, appreciation and marketing of typical food products in the global market
How to value such products and how to construct a product differenciation beside the consumers ?(different strategies from a country to another one: quality label, marketing, communication).
How to market these products (international laws for trading, international regulations and policies, distribution networks, the market participants and thier organisation).
Facts & figures
Erasmus Mundus Scholarships
Students from countries outside the European Union can apply for Erasmus Mundus scholarships.
Non-European students receive 40 000 euros for two years in which 16,000 euros are intended for tuition fees.