Higher education and agricultural training
Beauvaisis, a committed territory for the success and future of students
The community of agglomeration has aimed to define the local strategy for higher education, research, and innovation, which has led to the creation of the SLESRI (Local Scheme for Higher Education, Research, and Innovation)
Its main purpose is to structure and develop the training offerings in order to optimize the alignment between educational programs and the skill needs of the economic actors in the region, who are job creators.
Focus on the
student orientation day
Since 2008, the Beauvaisis Agglomeration Community and the City of Beauvais have been organizing the Student Orientation Day at the end of September. Through this initiative, students meet each other and get to know other schools as well as the activities and services available in the region (transport network, student associations, leisure venues, etc.)
In a festive atmosphere, these new arrivals (approximately 800) enjoy a variety of activities and have the chance to win numerous prizes every year.
Agricultural training programs in Beauvaisis
The Beauvaisis Agglomeration Community hosts several secondary and higher education institutions (middle schools, general and technical high schools, professional high schools, universities, training institutes, BTS programs…) including two recognized agricultural education institutions:
Oise Agricultural High School
The CFPPA (Professional and Agricultural Promotion Training Center)
The CFPPA of Oise is part of the Agricultural High School of Oise, a Local Public Establishment for Agricultural Education and Professional Training that includes four activity centers at its Airion and Beauvais locations.
It is associated with the:
UniLaSalle is a member of the La Salle network, the largest international education network in the world (1500 institutions in 82 countries). Focusing on higher education, the international association of Lasallian universities brings together all these institutions around common values and pedagogical methods.
Open up the possibilities with
An individual and collective workspace, close to their homes, to take remote courses in higher education while benefiting from local support.
The Campus Connecté (Connected Campus) program offers a wide range of distance education programs (BTS, DUT, bachelor’s, master’s…) and certifications. All major disciplinary fields are accessible, including agriculture and new technologies. So why not embark on the adventure!
In practice, applicants must first enroll in a distance learning program through a school or university (via ‘Parcoursup’ or otherwise). They will then continue their studies at the Beauvaisis Connected Campus and, upon request, can benefit from Rev’Agro’s connections.