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The TULIP-GS Master

The TULIP-GS Master
The TULIP-GS Master is a two–year program who seeks to train our future engineers or scientific project managers, mainly in plant breeding, plant protection, sustainable plant production, impact studies on environment, ecosystems and biodiversity, depollution, but also scientific advisor, teachers and researchers in academic institutes and universities. You will find here all relevant information concerning this Master.

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Every year, the TULIP-GS Master will recruit a maximum of 20 Master students for the first year of training (M1 students) and a maximum 30 Master students for the second year of training (M2 students). The TULIP-GS Master started in September 2021 with the opening of its first-year training program..

A TULIP-GS jury selects first and second year master students based on their academic excellence and their motivation to be trained at the interface between Functional Biology and Evolutionary Ecology.

Professional sectors of activities offered to TULIP-GS graduate students include fundamental research in agriculture, forestry and fishing, natural land management, waste management and remediation, private companies and public administration.

Expected type of jobs available: Engineer or scientific project manager (mainly in plant breeding, plant protection, sustainable plant production, impact studies on environment, ecosystems and biodiversity, depollution), scientific advisor, teachers/researchers in academic institutes and universities.

Applicants selected for the Master are handled by the Welcome Desk of the Universities of Toulouse offering Toul'Box service. Mobility to Perpignan and Moulis is organized and financed by TULIP-GS. Each new M1 student will be paired with a M2 student to facilitate integration.

Details of the program

M1 Registration

Follow this link to register