For the Master’s Degree Programme in Agricultural and Food Economics, 50 places are available, 15 of which are reserved for non-EU applicants with an international qualification. The places are divided between the two profiles: 25 for Agri-food economics and management and 25 for Food consumer studies. The allocation of places to individual profiles may be increased by the appropriate educational facilities, without prejudice to the total number of seats available.
To get admitted to the program, applicants need to hold an Italian undergraduate degree, obtained after a minimum of 3 years of study (180 ECTS), or an equivalent international degree. An admission commitee will assess the student’s academic and personal background and decide if the specific conditions for admission are met.
A good knowledge of English is a must for an effective participation to the course. Therefore students must certify their English language level, either