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Become a Master of Sustainable and Safe Food Production

Wednesday 20 Oct 21

Contact

Tine Hald
Professor
National Food Institute
+45 35 88 70 94

Contact

Dorte Lau Baggesen
Head of Division
National Food Institute
+45 35 88 62 07

Sign up to be part of the first intake on the new joint master’s programme in sustainable and safe food production launched by the University of Copenhagen and DTU.

The final preparations are in full swing at the University of Copenhagen and DTU, where lecturers are getting ready to welcome the first intake of students, who want to achieve a Master in Sustainable and Safe Food Production. The new master’s programme will get underway in the spring of 2022 when the first two courses commence.

Watch this video to find out what the programme has to offer and how it can benefit you:

 

During the two-year, research-based programme, the students will work with different aspects related to sustainability and food safety throughout the production chain. The programme is structured so that students can relate the new knowledge to their daily work.

The lecturers expect the programme to attract students from around the world. This will provide the students with an opportunity to expand their professional networks internationally. The programme consists of six mandatory courses and a Master project. Students can also follow single subject courses.

Courses are taught online with annual “conferences” held in Denmark, providing the students with an opportunity to meet each other and the lecturers in person. The course is taught in English. Prospective students should assess whether their English skills are sufficient to be able to complete the programme.

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You can apply via the National Food Institute’s website.

If you wish to speak to someone to e.g. determine, whether the programme is right for you, please send an email to food@food.dtu.dk and we will contact you.

You can also downloade a brochure with information about the programme

For more information about how the programme is structured, go to the National Food Institute’s website: Master of Sustainable and Safe Food Production.