AFEPA partner universities and insitutions consist of three types of partners:
1. Main academic partner universities, at which students usually spend their two academic years in the programme, and from which students receive their master’s degree.
2. Associated academic partner universities, at which students can spend a shorter exchange study period (one quarter) as part of their regular academic year at a main partner university.
3. Associated non-academic partner institutions at which students can spend an academic internship.
The AFEPA main and associated academic partner universities cover the thematic fields as shown in the first part of this table while the following associated non-academic partner institutions offer field work and internship as shown in the second part of this table.
|Organisation for Economic Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)||Public||Paris, France|
|International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)||Public||Colombia/Kenya/Vietnam|
|Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice)||Public||Bouaké, Ivory Coast|
|Departament d'Agricultura, Ramaderia, Pesca, AlimentaciosI Medi Natural (DARP)||Public||Leida, Spain|
|Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB)||Public||Barcelona, Spain|
|Swedish Board of Agriculture (SBA)||Public||Jönköping, Sweden|
|Federation of Swedish Farmers (LRF)||Private||Stockholm, Sweden|
|Center for Development Research (ZEF)||Private||Bonn, Germany|
|Bayer Crop Sciences||Private||Mohnheim am Rhein, Germany|
|Steriltom||Private||Gragnano Trebbiense, Italy|
|European Centre for Agricultural, Regional and Environmental Policy Research (EuroCare)||Private||Bonn, Germany|
|Aide à la décision économique (ADE)||Private||Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium|