In 2020, seven European universities of life sciences launched an Erasmus+ Key Action 02 joint project on the achievement of environmental and climate change goals through the use of digital technologies in agriculture.

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Agreen’Smart Programm

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Environment, digital technologies and agriculture

Our objective : train the next generation of engineers, farm managers, agricultural advisors and entrepreneurs to deal with climate change using technology to enhance sustainability and adapt agricultural practices.
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european partners
ECTS – skills and knowledge
participants per university
year program mis composed by 3 main activities

Our activities

This 3 year program mis composed by 3 main activities :

• Group project:
25h - March to june each year

• E-learning refresher:
40h - online classes - March to june each year

• Intensive programs:
70h – project, classes, visits, practical work Hosted by different campuses - One session per year

Subjects covered

European, Transnational Cooperation

This three-year program (2020-2023) focuses on cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices at the European level.
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Partner universities

This European Commission-funded Erasmus Plus project is the joint effort of 7 European Universities of Life Sciences: Junia ISA France, UTAD Portugal, NMBU Norway, SLU Sweden, University of Helsinki Finland, University of Liège Gembloux Agro-BioTech Belgium, and Perrotis College Greece.

Next events

Intensive program 3 in Lille FR

Junia campus in Lille (France) will welcome the third and last intensive program of AGreenSmart Erasmus + KA2 project from June 05th to June 16th 2023.
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Final Symposium in Gembloux BE

It is already the third and last year of the program. A final symposium is organized by Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech (University of Liège, Belgium), on August 30th and August 31st 2023.
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