Agriculture studies refer to the cultivation of soil for the growing of plants, fungi and animals. These studies explore human and animal relations. Agriculture studies deal with agribusiness, agro-economics, agronomy, farming, animal husbandry, agronomy. Agronomy is related to plant-based agriculture.
Forestry is focused on ecology, preserving live nature including resources that can be affected by harmful human and non-human activities. Forestry studies include genetics, forest economics, zoology, botany, environmental protection, ecology, flora, fauna and ecosystems in forests.
Sustainable international business, that’s what the study programme International Food & Agribusiness is all about. That means doing international business with respect for people and planet. Are you open-minded and interested in other cultures and the world around you? Are you motivated, creative, and have a knack for business? Then International Food & Agribusiness is the right study programme for you!
Horticulture & Business Management is your stepping stone into this dynamic, innovative and international business! It brings you all the knowledge and skills you need for a bright future in a wonderful green business. The curriculum is comprehensive with both technical and business subjects. You will discover the world of plants, including biology, cultivation techniques and refinement, and learn about the complete chain, from producer to consumer, with subjects that include business and farm economics, management, and marketing.
We are the only one officially accredited university offering a Bachelor Degree not only in Culinary Arts but in Gastronomy and Culinary Arts in Central and Eastern Europe and one of a few within the European Union. You expand your horizons not only through the richness and variety of professional knowledge obtained, but also through the languages in which you can practice that – English and French or German. This gives you unlimited opportunities for career development on the international gastro scene.
The BSc in Agribusiness and Rural Development Engineering is an accredited bachelor degree program from the University of Debrecen in Hungary.
The BSc in Agricultural Engineering is an accredited bachelor degree program from the University of Debrecen in Hungary.
Throughout this program, there is an emphasis on the key technical methods and sensory skills (wine tasting and evaluation) required for a career in viticulture and oenology. Students completing this four-year degree will qualify as both a viticulturist and winemaker (oenologist).
Veterinary Science at the University of Adelaide has a unique focus on Australian livestock production, equine health, aquaculture and biosecurity and involves input from a range of partner institutions, government agencies and industry.
The purpose of this programme is to educate wildlife professionals who are able to manage projects in wildlife management and nature conservation based on applied ecology and principles of renewable natural resource management.
This program provides students with a firm foundation in the management of fish and wildlife resources. Coursework will expose students to both the policy and regulatory aspects of the field, as well as the technical approaches to managing of fish and wildlife populations. Students will learn how these resources are managed in the U.S. and develop strategies to ensure these species’ survival in light of environmental and climatic change, and habitat degradation and fragmentation.
This degree is for students interested in environmental policy and analysis as well as environment management including stewardship of natural resources, pollution management, fish and wildlife management, and hazardous materials.
The ambitious goal of this new B.Sc. is to combine teaching of modern methods, both in ecology and in molecular (bio-)sciences. Young students will be exposed to the most recent developments in both fields in a very early phase of their studies, and they will become involved in research activities of leading research teams in their respective fields.
The objective of the B.Sc. program is to educate future agricultural engineers, who have general knowledge and skills in agricultural production, processes and farming based on agricultural, natural, technical and economical sciences in the diverse areas of modern agriculture. Theoretical knowledge supports further study at MSc level provided by the B. Sc. programme.