The graduate develops expertise in one of the three disciplines:
Based on this, you will be able to research and develop robust biobased concepts, products, or processes and consider their technical, economic, and societal sustainability.
The first year begins with a joint start of two foundation courses with the emphasis on circular material flows, followed by one of the three specialisations and space for optional courses for personalisation; a so-called “T-shaped” profile. The first year is also comprised of an Academic Consultancy Training, in which teams of students from the different specialisations will be formed to tackle a provided case.
The second year will involve an internship at a host organisation outside Wageningen University & Research and a thesis at one of the Chair Groups, in which students must include a part that extends into one of the other specialisations.