It was created in 2015 after the merge of the Université of Montpellier 1 and Montpellier 2. It counts around 4500 professors and staff and about 47000 students. It counts 16 faculties and conduct highly intensive research activity in 9 scientific departments (biodiversity, ecology, environment, evolution, biology-agronomy, health, chemistry, but also economics, education sciences, maths, computer sciences and physics. Its hosts 77 research structures of high-level and coordinates 11 international laboratories and 21 double-degree programs across the world. Montpellier University will be implementing the double-degree program in wine and oenology with Montpellier SupAgro and the Georgian Technical University. Montpellier constitute one of the biggest vinyeards in the world, therefore the University is famous for its National Diplom of Eonology, a highly renown French diploma created since 1955. Montpellier is specialized in all professions of the wine industry, from viticulture to oenology as well as marketing of wine products and legislation of wine appellations.