Bachelor of Engineering, Agri-food Engineering

The studies in the Agri-food Engineering Degree Programme (240 ECTS) consist of basic and vocational studies, internships promoting professional skills (30 ECTS), free-choice studies, and a final thesis (15 ECTS). The extent of the annual studies is 60 ECTS. The recommended time to complete the programme is four years.

01.

Basics in Engineering

Basics studies common to all

Basics studies

20 ECTS

57 ECTS

02.

Agri-Food Processes

Agricultural Sciences

Food technology

Food Processing & Packaging

Project Studies

18 ECTS

10 ECTS

20 ECTS

10 ECTS

03.

Sustainable management in agri-food business

Industrial management

Sustainable food systems

Marketing

HR Management

Production Equipment

8 ECTS

6 ECTS

3 ECTS

3 ECTS

5 ECTS

04.

Food process facilitators

Hygienic design

Mechanical engineering

Automatisation & digitalisation

Industrial engineering and management, advanced

10 ECTS

10 ECTS

10 ECTS

10 ECTS

04.

Agri-food engineering in practice

Research methods

Free choice studies

Final thesis

Practical training

5 ECTS

10 ECTS

15 ECTS

30 ECTS

Studies are divided into following themes:

  • Basic and natural sciences knowledge of engineering, including chemical and microbiological laboratory skills
  • Agri-food process knowhow: agricultural production, food technology, food processing and packaging
  • Sustainable management in agri-food business
  • Modules related to food processing, hygienic design, mechanical engineering, automation and digitalisation, as well as food process development, out of which two modules could be chosen

The practical learning is a central and important part of the studies. This is implemented through practical training, projects, and final thesis.

In addition, University offers free-choice studies e.g. alternative studies in the own degree programme and courses offered in other degree programmes and on CampusOnline can be selected.