Horticulture (ISCED 0812)
|7 semesters (210 ECTS)
|€3,000 per semester
High school / secondary education (or higher)
Secondary-school / high-school results proven by transcript of records, and completion proven by leaving certificate / diploma. Sufficient knowledge of English is required to enter this course.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
A letter of motivation in English. Presentation of previous studies and courses. Please explain why you chose this course and the university.
Horticultural Engineering BSc
This is one of the Faculty’s longest-standing study programmes, and one that has evolved continuously over the decades as scientific knowledge is accumulated and environment-friendly technologies are gaining ground. The main aims of the programme are: to train professionals who will be able to plan, supervise and organise industrial-scale production processes; to manage tasks related to the preparation, distribution and storage of products; to undertake specialised managerial core tasks in the horticultural domain; and to set up independent horticultural farms and operate them efficiently.
The Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering is for you if youyou would like to participate in a high-quality, up-to-date higher education programme dealing with the new perspective production areas of the agricultural sector, you are keen to broaden your knowledge in the fields of natural and agricultural sciences, you are interested in agricultural production, crop and livestock farming and rural culture, you are interested in how to implement organic farming and sustainable, environmentally friendly agricultural production, learn how to improve the activities and profitability of agricultural enterprises in your area.
Where can you get a job with this degree?On individual farms, agricultural joint stock companies and limited liability companies engaged in crop and livestock farming, companies marketing seeds and fertilisers, agricultural machinery and pesticides, start your own business producer marketing organisations agricultural and rural development administrations, consultancy networks, research institutes, etc.
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