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See MSc Programs in Agricultural Science 2019 in Flanders in Belgium

The area of agricultural science refers to the study of how to best utilize water and land resources for the production of livestock, forest products, plants and crops. Interested students can find programs at universities and colleges around the world.

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Master of Science in Nutrition and Rural Development

Ghent University - Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
Campus Full-time 2 years September 2019 Belgium Ghent

The Master of Science in Nutrition and Rural Development aims at giving an in-depth knowledge and know-how related to nutrition and rural development related topics, creating a common academic level between all program students of diverse backgrounds.

Master of Science in Aquaculture

Ghent University - Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
Campus Full-time 2 years September 2019 Belgium Ghent

The MSc in Aquaculture, established at Ghent University in 1991, offers a constantly actualised programme that balances a broad multidisciplinary approach with in-depth research-based training.

International Master of Science in Rural Development

Ghent University - Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
Campus Full-time 2 years September 2019 Belgium Ghent

The International MSc in Rural Development (IMRD), part of the Erasmus Mundus scholarship programme, is a joint degree which offers you the opportunity to study rural development in its diversity of international approaches and applications.

Master of Bioscience Engineering: Agro- and Ecosystems Engineering (Leuven)

KU Leuven: Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
Campus Full-time Part-time 2 years September 2019 Belgium Leuven + 1 more

Agro- and Ecosystems Engineering is about ensuring the prosperity and well-being of current and future generations in both the global North and global South. Agro- and ecosystems provide a wide range of essential goods and services such as food, water, energy, and biodiversity. Yet, the contemporary context of population growth, rapid urbanization, economic globalization, climate change, deforestation, soil pollution and degradation challenges the future provisioning of a sufficient quantity and quality of these goods and services.