Goals of the education
The objective of the M.Sc. program is to educate future agricultural engineers, who are able to apply the knowledge of agricultural and natural sciences, technical science, social and economical sciences in diverse areas of modern agriculture. The study plan considers the increasing demand for agricultural engineers with skills to plan and control the agricultural production processes in a changing political, economic and natural (including climate change) environment in Europe, Africa and elsewhere. Competitive training in precision techniques, new breeding systems, and biotechnology, as well as economics and social sciences and languages, are part of the education.
Length of the study program: 4 semesters
Total credit: 120
- Undergraduate degree (B.Sc. or equivalent) in a relevant field of science or related area (Degree qualifications are assessed individually in accordance with the diploma and its attachments, or with the Report of Study (Index)).
- When the field of degree is not related to the chosen M.Sc. Program, credits of the relevant courses in the Report of Study (Index) will be acknowledged by the admission office.
- Good command of English.
With your application, you should include the following papers:
- Secondary School Diploma
- Scientific Activities and Results (not compulsory)
- Result in English Language Test or its Attested Copy
- Medical Clearance
- Curriculum Vitae
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