The Master of Science (MSc) in Agricultural and Food Economics is designed for all three-year graduates in technical/scientific and economics/management subjects.
A strong international orientation characterises the MSc. Students with the appropriate requisites are offered the chance to spend one or two semesters of the second year in a partner university abroad, in Europe or North America. Moreover, some international lecturers are part of the faculty staff, and all courses of the MSc are taught in English.
The student can choose between two paths: