Get to Know ISA Lille
We are a French Graduate School of Agriculture and Bioengineering offering undergraduate courses and master’s programs with majors in Agricultural Science, Food Science, Environmental Science and Economics, Marketing & Management, both in French and in English.
Created in 1963, ISA Lille’s campus is part of Lille Catholic University, the largest private higher education institution in France, with 26,000 full-time students and 2,500 international students.
ISA Lille is recognized and accredited by the Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur (Committee of French Engineer Titles) and by the French Ministries of Education and Agriculture.
In addition to our academic programs and research activities, ISA Lille offers consulting activities to local companies as well as global leaders in the sectors of agriculture, food industry and the environment in France and abroad.
ISA Lille in numbers
Build a brighter future in a sustainable world
ISA Lille’s strategic plan aims at encouraging entrepreneurship through education, innovation, research, and internationalization.
Our academic programs are based on the acquisition of solid scientific and technical skills as well as personal development. Scientific courses, individual mentoring, professional immersion throughout our program help our student build their own path, keeping the reality of the corporate world and society in perspective.
Research and Consulting
All of our Research Units belong to larger regional, national and international research networks: Universities, Institutes and our business partners’ R&D departments. These evolving collaborations contribute to guaranteeing the academic excellence of our students’ education and advancing innovation in our fields of research.
There is no global education without international exposure. Internationalization is at the center of ISA Lille’s missions: in our programs, through students and professor mobility, through our academic and professional partnerships, and more.
In addition to being part of many national and international academic networks, ISA Lille also had more than 200 international partnerships with universities of agriculture and life sciences around the world.