Deadline: 1 May 2019
The Biosystems Engineering program at Wageningen University and Research focuses specifically on the interaction between technology and living objects like plants and animals and takes into account the wishes and demands from the society. This way you learn to make innovative technologies which are based on a scientific basis, for an example the production of raw materials of natural origin that are used for further food processing, decorative product, materials or energy.This is not just only about the technology, but also the environment in which the technology has to function plays an important role. It’s every time a challenge to solve the problems that comes with it.
There are four compulsory courses for all MSc students in Biosystems Engineering:
- Modelling of Biobased Production Systems
- Quantitative Analysis of Innovative Biosystems
- Biosystems Design
- Modular Skills Training
Depending on prior training or working experience one of the following courses is chosen, in agreement with the study advisor:
- Scientific Skills Training
- Academic Consultancy Training
- Relevant bachelor degree are agricultural engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, industrial automation engineering or environmental technology. Agronomy, plant sciences or animal sciences related bachelor programs may also fit when there is at least one year (60 credits) of engineering and engineering related courses and/or an engineering related thesis subject in the bachelor program have to make this clear (list of courses) and provide proof (course description in English) in your application.
- sufficient skills in mathematics
- sufficient computer skills.
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in September 2019
You can apply until: 1 May 2019
- For more details please visit program website.