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Master's degree in food biotechnology

Access, admission and enrolment

Access requirements

Previous degree requirements: To access the master’s degree, the applicant must hold one of the following qualifications:

  • A bachelor's degree or undergraduate degree in the field of sciences or health sciences (biology, chemistry, food science and technology, pharmacy, medicine, veterinary sciences, etc.).
  • A bachelor's degree or engineering degree in agronomics and agrifood (agricultural and food engineering, food innovation and safety, etc.)
  • Equivalent university degrees for which a certificate has been issued by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).

Admission and enrolment

To access the master's degree, you must firstly complete University Pre-Enrolment. The planned pre-enrolment period can be found in the The master’s degree access guide.

Once pre-enrolled, the Admission Committee performed an appraisal and accepts candidates, based on the criteria following:

  • Academic record of official accredited education.
  • Area of knowledge of this training.
  • Complementary training.
  • Work experience.

The Committee prioritises pre-enrolled students who demonstrate the strongest academic record and sufficient previous knowledge in relation to the area of the master's degree, with a particular emphasis placed on experimental, technological bio-health degrees. Work experience in the thematic areas of the master's degree is also taken into account.

The option of resorting to letters of recommendation and/or interviews with the coordinator may be pursued in one-off cases that generate conflict.

More information

Students who are accepted will receive an email in which the steps to formalise enrolment will be indicated. 

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