Programme Plant Breeding
This online master specialisation is designed as a part-time study. The approximate workload is 20 hours per week and gives the student the flexibility to combine work and study. The programme is therefore also suitable for employees who want to continue their education in the sense of life-long-learning.
The general structure is a 2 year part time course-programme followed by a tailor-made internship and master thesis agreement of 1 or 2 years. Read more about the programme.
Read the story of Christina, one of our first students of the online master programme Plant Breeding.
Graduates from the Master Plant Sciences have excellent career prospects and most of them receive job offers before graduation. They are university trained professionals who are able to contribute to the sustainable development of plant production at various integration levels based on their knowledge of fundamental and applied plant sciences and their interdisciplinary approach.
Graduates with a research focus are employed at universities, research institutes and plant breeding or agribusiness companies. Other job opportunities are in management, policy, consultancy and communication in agribusiness and (non-) governmental organisations. Read more stories of Wageningen University & Research graduates.
Application and admission
You need to meet specific admission criteria if you want to apply. Read more about the admission requirements and apply.
The programme’s tuition fees depend on your nationality. EU-students pay the statutory tuition fees just like the University’s on-campus students. Non-EU students get a 50% reduction of the regular on-campus tuition fees for Non-EU/EFTA students outside Europe. Read more about tuition fees of this online master.
Get into personal contact with one of the representatives of Wageningen University & Research. Learn more about all the possibilities.
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