Specialize in Agribusiness in Italy with Università Cattolica: top-tier academia and employability to ensure your success
The centrality of the agri food sector and globalization in today’s day and age, matched with discourses of sustainability, set the context for exploring Università Cattolica’s school of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences.
Located in northern Italy in the strategic campuses of Piacenza and Cremona, the School is ranked top 200 in the QS World University Rankings by Subject. It offers highly specializing postgraduate programmes entirely taught in English in the areas of food economics, viticulture and enology and food processing.
This webinar will provide an engaging overview of these programmes, with an analytical focus on why and how the curriculum is built to prepare graduates for exceptional employment opportunities, what services are offered for international students including double degree and other studying abroad options, and with direct testimony from current students on what to expect as a future Cattolica student.
The intended audience for this webinar are current or recently graduated bachelor students with ideally a background in the agriculture or wine sector, and a B2 English proficiency level of English.
|– Strategic importance of the campus locations of Piacenza and Cremona in relation to the subject of Agribusiness|
|– A content-rich overview of each postgraduate English-taught programme the School teaches: characteristics and USPs (including study abroad options)|
|– The chance to hear from current students for a “peer to peer” talk on their experience and advice for students|
|– Overview of admission procedures, tuition fees and scholarship opportunities|
|– Unique opportunity to ask questions directly to both current students and a Cattolica international rep|
- Aishah PathakInternational Recruitment Senior Officer
- Adriana Da Graca Carlos MacamoCurrent student: MSc Agricultural and Food Economics
- Erin LillyCurrent student: MSc Sustainable Viticulture and Enology
- Leonardo LattanziCurrent student: MSc Food Processing