A world-class climate change adaption program in Toulouse, the BioTechEco master’s is a dynamic course for those looking to enter this space and participate in the circular economy. Unlike many other climate change courses, BioEco have developed a climate change adaption program that is multi-disciplinary and inherently applicable to real-world situations – and future careers.

Toulouse is a globally recognised city for sustainable development graduate programs, and BioEco is right at the heart of this reputation. BioEco cherishes strong, mutually beneficial partnerships, with a number of leading regional institutions such as INSA Toulouse, Toulouse INP, Mines d’Albi, the Federal University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées, the Universities of Toulouse Paul Sabatier and Capitole, all of which allow for versatility of teaching and access to premier laboratory and research facilities.

Each partner institute is involved in the delivery of this renewable energy master’s program and this ensures each specific module of the course is delivered by the most appropriate team of teaching staff, who are invariably leaders in their particular field of interest. Collaboration is key – as is necessary for the circular economy to function and for climate change adaption to be feasible. This ethos is at the heart of all BioEco courses.

Indeed, being able to leverage such high-quality resources from these partners, as well as BioEco’s own extensive facilities and staff, means that among renewable energy courses, the BioTechEco does truly stand out.

Furthermore, Toulouse itself, as well as a hub for research and academia, is considered the number one destination in France for students. BioEco ensures all course participants are amply looked after on arrival via the Toul’Box scheme which supports students with airport arrivals, finding accommodation and day-to-day necessities such as buying a SIM card. This allows students to focus on their studies and avoid unnecessary stress.