You will need 120 credits (ECTS) for the Master’s degree. Together with your faculty adviser, you will make a personal study plan consisting of:

  • 60 credits of advanced studies in food sciences including a Master’s thesis
  • Studies of your choice in special areas of food sciences
  • Complementary studies of your choice
  • Studies of your free choice

You can also include career planning, an internship and studies abroad in your Master’s degree.

Programme stucture of the Master’s Degree Programme in Food Sciences