Compare the master's Consumer Studies

The consumer angle is unique at Wageningen and incomparable to other study programmes. There are similarities with elements of the more general study programmes like Behavioural Economics and Management, Sociology, Psychology and Communication.

Differences between the master's Management, Economics and Consumer Studies and similar study programmes at Wageningen University

In both the master's programmes Food Technology and Food Quality Management the primary focus is on food and offer you a choice of consumer studies or economics courses to become a food technologist with knowledge of economics and consumers. In the master's Consumer Studies the primary focus is on the consumer. A similarity is that all three study programmes integrate technology and consumer knowledge to find sustainable solutions to complex issues.