A mission coordinated by Agreenium is in Senegal from May 6 to 9 to recruit the first Senegalese engineering students who will follow a training course in one of the 11 partner schools of the AgreenMob project at the beginning of the 2019 academic year.
The mission is composed of AgreenMob jury members Rémi Barbier (ENGEES), Grégory Dechamp-Guillaume (Toulouse INP-ENSAT), Olivier Philippon (Montpellier Supagro), and Jérôme Steffe (Bordeaux Sciences Agro). The jury will meet the 18 eligible students previously selected by the project monitoring committee composed of project coordinators in the Senegalese universities and schools concerned: Joseph Bassama, Gaston Berger University, Tala Gueye, University of Thiès, Mady Cissé, UCAD and Cheikhou Kane, E-C of UCAD's ESP.
The mission was prepared in collaboration with Maryline Loquet, who is coordinating the implementation of the project on site for the French Embassy in Senegal.
AgreenMob is a proactive partnership approach established between 11 Agreenium member engineering schools and 3 Senegalese universities and schools; the objective is to organize the recruitment of Senegalese students in the French engineering courses of Agreenium members. 30 places are open for the 2019 academic year.
photo: ©Tala Gueye - Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Agriculture (ENSA)