Diversity of talents

Terra Isara aims to facilitate access to higher education in agriculture, food and environmental studies, to any motivated and competent young person, whatever their origin and financial means. This approach also applies to international students wishing to train in agroecology and sustainable food systems so as to be able to develop innovative and specific models in their countries. The fund is therefore also an instrument to actively endorse a process of solidarity and social openness.

Since being set up in 2012…

€ 950,000
dedicated to student scholarships

614 scholarships in total for French and international students

257 interest-free honour loans

€ 6,500 per year of study

TERRA ISARA is committed to training through:

Honour Loans

More than 257 honour loans have been awarded since the creation of Terra Isara. In 2022, the amount of the loan stands at € 6,500 per year of study. It is interest-free and without any guarantee of repayment.

Solidarity Fund

The solidarity fund dedicated to scholarships for French students has been supplemented since the launch of Terra Isara by €500,000 and has enabled the distribution of 456 scholarships.

International Scholarships

More specifically, 158 international scholarships have been awarded since the launch of Terra Isara in 2012 for an amount of €450,000.

Student Testimonies

ISARA puts its trust in us by granting these different forms of financial support. It is a very empowering system. Thanks to this help, I’ve been able to study without financial pressure from my very first year. I feel really lucky!

Mathieu Dufour

3rd year

Clark Halpern graduated in MSc Agroecology received the Unilever Research Prize in recognition of his master’s thesis on the impacts of climate change on circular food systems in Ethiopia. Clark received a scholarship from the Terra Isara Endowment Fund.

 

How to finance his studies ? Testimony of Phoebe, Californian MSc Agroecology student.

I feel supported in my training. The school is listening to the specific situations and needs of students. When I go looking for my internships, pay is no longer the priority, I can really focus on choosing the most enriching projects.

Franck Guillemard

3rd year