European Master of Science in Sustainable Food Systems Engineering, Technology and Business
The two-year European Master of Science in Sustainable Food Systems Engineering, Technology and Business (BiFTec-FOOD4S) is jointly organised by three European partner institutions: KU Leuven, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences (HSA) and Catholic University of Portugal (UCP). It is anticipated that by the start of the academic year 2020-2021, University College Dublin (UCD) will have joined the consortium. The programme fosters innovation and technology to help you cope with future needs and sustainability within our FOOD4S (“food force”) paradigm: Sustainable Food Systems Science and Engineering. BiFTec-FOOD4S adopts a transversal and multidisci plinary approach to a broad range of topics related to the 4S pillars: Science (Food Science & Engineering Technology), Sustainability (Sustainable Food Product & Food Process Design), Safety (Food Safety & Quality), and Simulation (Computational Food Science & Technology). More in-depth courses, a professional competence module and a master’s thesis project allow for specialisation in the domains of Innovative Technology, Energy & Food Chains, Risk & Safety and Sustainable Food Production & Business. Upon successful graduation, you will receive a joint degree.
To be eligible for BiFTec-FOOD4S, you must have obtained a bachelor’s degree in Food Science and Technology, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Engineering or a related field from a recognised academic institution. You also have to provide evidence of your English proficiency.
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