The MoveAgri Project

MoveAgri is an initiative supported by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty. This website helps you to prepare mobilities abroad.

Whether you are a pupil, student, volunteer or teacher in agricultural education, this site will help you to :

  • Find out about the various grants available to finance your international mobility.
  • Understand the steps you need to take to put together your application (administrative documents, CV, covering letter, etc.).
  • Prepare your experience abroad (testimonials from pupils, students and teachers returning from international mobility), with the opportunity to contact them and find out practical information about countries and work placement structures.
  • Find and share internship opportunities.
  • Share your experience by writing a blog and sharing photos and videos.
  • Take part in the MoveAgri competitions with a €300 grant.
  • Add value to your experience by taking advantage of Open Badges Reporter.trice et Ambassadeur.drice to enrich your digital identity.

Teaser MoveAgri

Team MoveAgri :

  • Christian Resche, project coordinator - Institut Agro Florac
  • Charly Durand, deputy director - Lycée de la Barotte
  • Cerise Chevallier, documentalist teacher - Lycée de la Canourgue
  • Isabelle Fages, trainer - Institut Agro Florac
  • Cathy Azema, project assistant - Institut Agro Florac

Thank you to the students of the Master's degree "International Cultural Strategy" at the Institut Universitaire Champollion in Albi for their contributions to the project.

Official websites

Here is a small selection of websites devoted to international cooperation in agricultural education
  • Portal for the takeholders involved in European and international cooperation in French agricultural education
  • : the website of the Education for Citizenship and International Solidarity network
  • : international cooperation at CNEAP (Catholic private agricultural colleges)

Creative commons

All the resources produced as part of the MoveAgri platform are licensed under a Creative Commons licence. They are made available to you under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 France licence.
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