Studying in France

Université de Haute-Alsace


In the third semester, courses in the German-French Master’s program in Viticulture & Enology are held at the Université de Haute-Alsace in Colmar, France. As the capital of Alsace wines, Colmar is ideally located in the center of a wine-growing and industrial region.

The Université de Haute-Alsace (UHA) draws on its excellence in education and research to continually develop its level of expertise, appeal, and prestige in the rapidly changing regional, national, European, and international contexts. As a founding member of Eucor - The European Campus, the UHA promotes the project of a European university. Given its identity of proximity and openness, the UHA positions itself quite naturally as a public university. The UHA’s strategy is built upon on three pillars: practical orientation, cross-border orientation, and innovation.

Faculté de Marketing et d'Agrosciences

The German-French Master’s program in Viticulture & Enology is taught by the Department of Agricultural Sciences in the UHA’s Faculty for Marketing and Agronomy (FMA). This is part of the Adrien Zeller network of expertise in agronomy and agriculture and is located in the "Biopôle". This single location brings together academic and professional institutions, as well as companies from the fields of agronomy as well as environmental and plant sciences.

Courses are taught by both professors as industry professionals. Students are provided a broad range of courses, which helps contribute to graduates’ excellent career prospects.

FMA is ideally located in the heart of Europe, and is close to many university cities, such as Strasbourg and Mulhouse in France, Freiburg in Germany, and Basel, Switzerland. It is also surrounded by enchanting vacation destinations, including the Vosges and Jura mountains, the Black Forest, and the Swiss Alps.

More information in French is available on the FMA’s website.

More information about studiyng and living in France is available in the guide book published by the "Zentrum für Europäischen Verbraucherschutz e. V. (ZEV)".

Dr. Romain Pierron

Laboratory Lecturer, "Biotechnology, Vineyards and Environment" - Program Director
Université de Haute-Alsace 33 rue de Herrlisheim 68008 Colmar Frankreich

The German-French Master Viticulture & Enology is cofinanced by the European Fund for Regional Development (ERDF) in the frame of the Interreg Upper Rhine program.