The European Alliance on Agricultural knowledge for Development

The Master ACT call for candidates is open until February 27, 2016, midnight GMT. The results will then be published on the website on March 15 at the latest

Master ACT is a top level post graduate training in agricultural development and management of natural resources.

  • A two-years programme of 120 ECTS (European Credits Transfer System);
  • Oriented towards the tropics and developing countries;
  • One year in one European University, the second year in another country (Course framework);
  • Joint degree at the end


Interested candidates have to fill their application in an online database.

More information about the programme, the call and application process can be found here.