Programme online master's Food Technology
The master's specialisation is designed as a part-time study, which gives you the flexibility to combine study and your professional career. In the first two years, you will follow a series of courses with a study load of ±20 hours per week. The programme includes two short stays of 2 weeks in Wageningen, in order to take part in the necessary lab-practicals. The course work is followed by a tailor-made internship and master's thesis. Depending on the effort and time you invest, the programme will take 3- 4 years to complete. After successful completion, you will obtain a fully recognised Master of Science degree from Wageningen University. Read more about this programme.
Read about the experiences of other students. Students of the on-campus master's Food Technology share their findings about the content of the programme and Christina Kothes tells her story about what it is like to follow an online master's.
Graduates of the master's Food Technology have excellent career opportunities in the food industry, the government, consultancies, universities or research institutes. Read about alumni’s careers.
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's.
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