A degree from DTU within the field of food science and technology will provide you with the qualifications needed to work within areas that are essential to the development of the global food market.
The most central areas are: risk analysis, food safety, food production, product development, biotechnology and management. You will thus be well equipped to take on a job in the food industry, the public sector or the research community.
At the National Food Institute you can study for a Master of Science in Food Technology (MSc) or choose to become a PhD research student.
Two international MSc study line under Food Technology are AQFood Aquatic Food Production - Safety and Quality and Beer Brewing.
AQFood Aquatic Food Production - Safety and Quality
The Scandinavian School of Brewing
Apart from the master in food technology and the PhD studies, which are taught in English, the institute has a number of bachelor and diploma studies, which are being conducted in Danish.
ERASMUS students coming to The National Food Institute at DTU, can contact Associate Professor Timothy Hobley.