Friday 10 December 2021

Three UniLaSalle courses have made it to the podium of the Eduniversal 2022 ranking of the best bachelor's degrees, bachelors and Grandes Ecoles, while the AgriTen Bachelor's degree (Digital Agriculture and Embedded Technologies) has been awarded an innovation prize.

This Wednesday, December 8, Eduniversal unveiled its 2022 list of the best bachelor's degrees, bachelors and Grandes Ecoles, among which four UniLaSalle programs are in very good standing:

  • The Environment and Sustainable Development bachelor's degree, ranked best bachelor's degree in the "Environment - Sustainable Development" category;
  • The Bachelor of Science and Technology in Agriculture, Digital and Embedded Technologies, awarded an innovation prize;   
  • The Environmental Engineering program, ranked 2nd in the category "Engineering schools specializing in Energy, Environment & Planning - Post-Prep".   
  • The Agronomy and Agro-industries engineering program, ranked 2nd in the "Engineering schools specializing in Agriculture & Agronomy - Post-Prep" category

This ranking, which was created in 2009, measures the degree of expertise of a program and the training capacity of a school or university through an evaluation based on three criteria:

  • The reputation of the program, as measured by the recognition of recruiters;   
  • The quality of the placement at the end of the school measured by the salary at the end of the program and the continuation of studies;   
  • The satisfaction of young graduates determined by an Eduniversal survey.

4 award-winning courses

UniLaSalle's Environment and Sustainable Development Bachelor's degree elected best Bachelor's degree in the field of the Environment and Sustainable Development

The Bachelor's degree offered on our Rennes campus retains its first place in the ranking of the best bachelor's degrees in environment and sustainable development. This is a very fine recognition for this 3-year course which aims to train multi-skilled operational profiles capable of offering companies solutions to optimize and improve their environmental and social performance.

According to Thierry Henrion, director of the Environment and Sustainable Development bachelor's degree, this program provides a real response to the needs of companies seeking profiles that will be able to support their changes.

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Innovation Award for the Bachelor of Agriculture, Digital and Embedded Technologies

The ambition of this special prize is to reward the most innovative new programs that are best adapted to the new requirements of the job market.

Seven Bachelors have been awarded by Eduniversal, including the Bachelor of Agriculture, Digital and Embedded Technologies, which has been hosting its very first class on the Beauvais campus since September.

Responding to the growing demand for new technologies in the agricultural world, this program trains middle managers who will be able to adapt digital solutions, robotics and embedded technologies to different farming practices. The program is supported by the Agro-Machinism and New Technologies Chair set up in partnership with AGCO-Massey Ferguson, the Michelin Corporate Foundation, the Kuhn Group, the Hauts-de-France Regional Council and the European Union via the ERDF funds.

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UniLaSalle ranked 2nd best engineering school in energy, environment and planning

The Environmental Engineering course has gained one place compared to last year and is ranked 2nd in the category of engineering schools specializing in energy, environment and development.

This program, offered in Rennes, trains engineers who will take concrete action for the environment in a wide variety of sectors. At the heart of the challenges of the circular economy, they work on processes to improve the quality of air, water and soil, to better recycle and recover waste and to develop renewable energy.

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UniLaSalle ranked 2nd best engineering school in agriculture and agronomy

UniLaSalle's Agronomy and Agro-Industries engineering program has retained its 2nd place on the podium of the best engineering programs in agriculture and agronomy.

This program, based in Beauvais and Rouen, trains future professionals to

  • develop agriculture with high technical, agronomic and environmental performance ;   
  • create innovative agri-food products while optimizing manufacturing processes;   
  • preserve natural resources (biodiversity, water, soil);   
  • managing companies by integrating risk management.

Learn more about the program

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