Sustainability, the trend in the future for the agriculture and human health: University of Pavia (Italy)

Master degree program in Agrifood sustainability

The Master’s Degree Course in Agrifood sustainability is a 2-year English-taught program which provides a solid preparation in agricultural sciences and technologies, through a multidisciplinary vision, aimed at achieving an high production, attentive to the health of environment, agricultural producers and consumers, focusing on sustainability (one health).

The course includes experimental and demonstrative activities held in the agricultural lands owned by the University and through various projects of the Lombardy Region with partner agricultural companies, both conventional and organic.

The graduate will therefore be able to plan and manage agricultural production (in particular the quality of supply chains), acquiring a broad agro-ecological knowledge that includes food market, developing and managing innovation of companies and agricultural supply chains; as well as taking into account post-production and the agrifood products’ impact on human health.

Fees for EU and non-EU students regularly residing in Italy are based on students’ family income. They range from about 156 EUR to 4000 EUR per year. Non-Eu students with a valid study VISA, besides the tuition fee based on family’s income, can also benefit from a flat rate, set on the basis of the Country of citizenship and the field of study. The flat rate ranges from 400 EUR to 4500 EUR per year.
–          Discover the importance of sustainability in the future agrifood production field
–          Learn why the University of Pavia is the ideal place for this study
–          Admission and enrollment procedure for EU and Non-EU applicants
–          Facilities, tuition fees and scholarships at the University of Pavia
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  • Eleonora LazzarinWelcome Officer
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31st May 2022
Fall 2022