Deadline: September 15, 2017
Sustainability requires experts
Achieving twice the world’s food production at half the ecological footprint by the year 2050 is a goal that will require highly skilled animal science experts. To meet this demand, four leading European universities have established the unique Erasmus Mundus MSc in Sustainable Animal Nutrition and Feeding (EM-SANF). The programme is hosted by the École d’Ingènieurs de Purpan in France, the University of Debrecen in Hungary, Wageningen University in the Netherlands, and Aarhus University in Denmark… To continue reading, click here.
The MSc in Sustainable Animal Nutrition and Feeding is a double-degree programme in which students specialise in two out of four alternative tracks. The programme is unique in its approach to student mobility, as it is a joint international programme with links to industrial and institutional partners worldwide, allowing students access to the latest research as well as the experience of differing cultures and learning environments. In their first year students take courses to enable them to conduct research as part of their thesis in the second…
The Master’s programme in Sustainable Animal Nutrition and Feeding is supported by the
Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union, which provides scholarships for the programme for both EU and non-EU students.
Agricultural Sciences at Aarhus University
The field of Agricultural Sciences at Aarhus University belongs to the elite among agricultural science institutions worldwide and carries out cutting edge research. The core areas of research are: Climate and natural resources, environment and bioenergy, organic farming, food quality, farm animal production and plant production.
Sustainability is a fundamental principle. The goal is to seek solutions that contribute to environmentally and economically sustainable development of the agricultural and food industries… To continue reading, click here.
|PLACE OF STUDY||1st semester: Aarhus or France
2nd semester: Hungary or Holland
3rd and 4th semester: Place of study dependent on Master’s thesis
(Commencement of studies January/February 2018)
15 September 2017
- Application deadline for non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens WITHOUT a permanent residence permit (or equivalent) in Denmark with a Danish or non-Danish Bachelor’s degree.
15 October 2017
- Application deadline for EU/EEA citizens with a Danish or non-Danish Bachelor’s degree.
- Application deadline for non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens WITH a permanent residence permit (or equivalent) in Denmark with a Danish or non-Danish Bachelor’s degree.
Early/mid January 2018 (dates will be announced later)
- 2nd round application deadlines (only possible for certain groups of applicants).
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