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BSc Degrees in Sustainable Agriculture in Europe 2021/2022

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Selinus University of Science and Literature – Bachelor Programs
Bologna, Italy +1 More

This program examines the theoretical foundations of sustainable agriculture, the design of alternative production systems and technologies, and the management of pests, patho ... +

This program examines the theoretical foundations of sustainable agriculture, the design of alternative production systems and technologies, and the management of pests, pathogens, and weeds. It carefully guides students through major agricultural topics such as plant science, agricultural technology, and engineering, and farm management, using research findings and examples from both the developed and undeveloped world. -
BSc
Full-time
English, Italian
Online
 
Scotland's Rural College SRUC
Aberdeen, United Kingdom

This applied biology degree considers how land-use practices can help to tackle today’s critical challenges of climate change, biodiversity, and food security. This three-to-f ... +

This applied biology degree considers how land-use practices can help to tackle today’s critical challenges of climate change, biodiversity, and food security. This three-to-four year course is designed to give you the knowledge, skills, and understanding of sustainable and efficient agricultural systems. You'll explore systems that regenerate soils and enhance biodiversity, and which release land for forestry and woodland, renewable energy generation, and biomass production for a rural bioeconomy. You'll also learn about the latest approaches to improving the yields, nutritional value, and stress-resilience of crops, as well as food product innovations from insects, plants, and cell cultures. Once you've completed the course, you'll be ready to support the agricultural industry as it rises to the challenges ahead. -
BSc
English
Campus