Montpellier SupAgro is located in the south of France, close to the Mediterranean coast and the southern French countryside. It has more than 1600 students and around 90 academic staff.
Montpellier SupAgro has one main library and two documentation centres open to the public and located on two sites: La Gaillarde in Montpellier and the Florac Campus in the Lozère region.
You will find over 18,000 documents and 140 specialist press magazine subscriptions in agriculture, agronomy, food and the environment. It has a wide range of documents in Viticulture and Enology, as well as Biology and Plant Pathology.
'Le Cercle des Eleves' is the student union of Montpellier SupAgro. It organises various cultural events throughout the year as well as evening and fundraising events. The union can also help students with renting materials, ski holidays, short breaks abroad and obtaining discount.
Students can also get involved with a number of sports opportunities through the Sport Association as well as arts and recreational activities via Le Cercle.
The region itself is worth exploring, as Montpellier is just three hours from the most distant French Mediterranean coastal resorts, three hours from the Alps, two hours from the Pyrénnées and less than 45 minutes from the Cévennes with its green landscapes.