The University of Bordeaux offers 250 Master programs, 150 Bachelor (incl. vocational) programs, 55 national diplomas in health, and welcomes 56 000 students each year.
Recognised for its capacity for innovation and awarded the "Initiative of Excellence" label, the University of Bordeaux regularly contributes to major scientific advances with its academic and socioeconomic partners in France and abroad. Research is a driving force of the University of Bordeaux, and the wide range of fields available is a guarantee of interdisciplinarity.
The WINTOUR Master is hosted by the Institute for Vine and Wine Sciences (ISVV). It is a multidisciplinary higher education, research and development center dedicated to meeting the challenges facing the wine industry of tomorrow. The Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin brings together all research, training and technology transfer teams of the numerous partners working in the wine sector on the Bordeaux site. A building offering over 10,000 m² of space on the INRAé (French National Institute for Agronomic Research) site in Villenave d'Ornon houses some of these research teams and nearly 500 students.
ISVV is the coordinator of the OENOVITI International Network, the first and sole international network dedicated to oenology and viticulture, gathering more than 65 partners all around the world. ISVV offers the OENODOC Postgraduate Program of Oenology, the Oenologist National Diploma, and other undergraduate and masters programmes in oenology, viticulture and wine tourism as well as lifelong learning programmes for wine professionals. The professors of the ISVV have been involved in many national and international research programs, and have strong collaboration with the wine industry.
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