Earning a bachelor's degree is achieved by completing the necessary course of study offered by the college or university you enroll in. Completing this study may take three to seven years depending on where you seek your degree.
Food science studies can cover various disciplines, including biochemistry, biology and chemical engineering. Programs in this field often explore the biological, chemical and physical makeup of food and the ways in which food can be improved for the public.
There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.
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Food: there is no other product in the world that everyone uses and buys daily. Food influences who we are, causes political conflicts, but also brings people together. For decades, food has been abundant for many people in this world, yet has not been appreciated thus. In an ever changing world with a growing population, we will need more food every decade. On the other side: food is something we enjoy together. [+]
Aeres University of Applied Sciences offers a degree programme for students interested in a career in one of the following professional profiles: [+]
This 4 year <strong>Bachelor degree</strong> will focus on entrepreneurship and innovation in the European Food Business. The first two years you will receive a foundation in business management, marketing and food product development. [+]
The <strong>International Food Business programme</strong> is unique in many ways, but first and foremost because it is offered by a Dutch and a Canadian University who both offer their Bachelor degree to students who complete this programme, Students study both in Canada and in the Netherlands during the 4 years of study. [+]
Delicious tomatoes on the vine, healthy nutritious salads, a rich variety of colourful flowers and plants, new sustainable ways of poultry and meat production, etc. On a daily basis, the innovative and diverse agribusiness region between the rivers Rhine and Maas in the Netherlands and Germany is working [+]
Delicious tomatoes on the vine, healthy nutritious salads, a rich variety of colourful flowers and plants, new sustainable ways of poultry and meat production, etc. On a daily basis, the innovative and diverse agribusiness region between the rivers Rhine and Maas in the Netherlands and Germany is working on pleasing the growing demands of the dynamic market in Europe and abroad. To find all these fresh products in today’s supermarkets is regarded as absolutely normal. But how do they find their way to the shopping baskets of the consumers? How are they produced, packed, traded, transported and sold? Who ‘develops’ new food concepts? And, very important, how is it guaranteed that everything is good and healthy and ‘value for money’? All these questions and many more, are answered by professionals in the world of the fresh industry. The new Fontys study programme “International Fresh Business Management (IFBM)” will precisely answer this question. From production to consumers, a product finds its way through a lot of hands. It follows a chain of further processing steps –the so called Fresh Supply Chain. The product will be further processed, repackaged, refined and appear in commercials. Many steps and people are involved, until a product finds its way to the plate of the consumer in a fresh condition. International Fresh Business Management is a study course that combines marketing, logistics, economics and the knowledge of the fresh chain for local, regional and international markets. Food marketing addresses all relevant aspects for selling fresh products: from market research and analysis to the development of strategic marketing plans and the development and implementation of operational marketing and sales plans. Food logistics organizes the flow of fresh produce from seed to plate. You pay attention to buying, organization, production and transport planning and packaging. You learn how to manage the supply chain and how to build long term relationships with satisfied suppliers and customers. You also acquire a basic knowledge of accountancy, economics, management skills, communication skills and Dutch and English.... [-]
Bachelor´s study programme Chemistry and Technology aims at completion and extension of basic knowledge and skills in mathematics, physics and chemistry. The study sub-programme offers a wide range of laboratory work which strengthens practical skills and properly completes and extends theoretical knowledge. [+]
The educational program of animal origin food products aimed at training professionals able to develop and implement technology of production of animal products. [+]
Food Sciences and Technologies [+]
At the end of Bachelor in Nutrition and Culinary Arts (Food Service Management) study program the graduates are expected to combine theory with practice and display a sound knowledge of the Nutrition and Culinary Arts (Food Service Management) management industry. [+]
This Executive Bachelor (EBBA) in Nutrition and Culinary Arts (Food Service Management) course is made for students who worked directly after high school for at least 3 years in a managerial position, [+]
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Development of technologies that can operate in harmony with the biology of living beings, with the technological support of food processing and its biological processes an area of intense and fruitful research; areas such as fermentation technology, genetic engineering, bioprocesses, food chemistry and structure; food quality and safety, such as HACCP, new methods of chemical and organoleptic analysis; toxicology food; transgenic and organic food; innovation in the food industry; standardization and legislation on food quality; distribution and marketing and concern and environmental protection are strong aspects of this degree. Use and development of industries associated with the production, transformation and commercialization of products in order to contribute to sustainable and balanced development. This presentation is to highlight training in the areas of pollution, wastewater treatment techniques and recovery of waste. [+]
International Food & Agribusiness is about international sustainable entrepreneurship. That means it’s about doing international business, with respect for people and planet. It’s about learning [+]
Bachelor International Food & Agribusiness
International Food & Agribusiness is about international sustainable entrepreneurship. That means it’s about doing international business, with respect for people and planet. It’s about learning how to build bridges between different kinds of worlds; between profit and non-profit organisations and between national and international affairs.During your studies you learn about food systems all over the world. You will find out what sustainable food production means, and understand the relationship between food and health. You will learn about global food supply. You will know all about international business and you will comprehend corporate social responsibility.International Food & Agribusiness focuses on how to deal with today’s decline of natural food and energy sources. It strives to increase the efficiency of food production without cost to human welfare or the environment. It also explores bio-based economy, which means the use of agricultural produce for non-food, such as bio-plastics or bio-fuels. You learn how to use technological innovations, how to cooperate internationally and how to do sustainable business.Are you an open-minded person? Are you interested in other cultures and the world around you? Are you creative and motivated and also have a knack for business? International Food & Agribusiness is the right study programme for you!... [-]
The Bachelor Study Programme in Gastronomy and Culinary Management equips prospective students with a solid and practical foundation on which to build their future careers. [+]
The degree in engineering from the Agricultural and Food Industries has a great career opportunity given the growing demand for engineers specifically trained in this field. According to 2012 FDE (FoodDrinkEurope), the food industry is leading employment at European level, representing 15% of the work and billed up 6.8% since 2009. Agribusiness feel, increasingly, the ... [+]