Master's Program in Food Sciences in Sweden

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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

Food sciences is a field of study that focuses on the biological composition of food as well as the chemical processes required to create foodstuffs. By learning about food sciences, individuals may be prepared to create safe and nutritious food products that can be delivered safely all around the world.

Sweden (Sverige) is the largest of the Nordic countries, with a population of about 9.5 million. It borders Norway and Finland and is connected to Denmark via the bridge of Öresund (Öresundsbron). Sweden has a strong tradition of being an open, yet discreet country.

Masters Degree in Food Sciences in Sweden

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Master’s Programme - Food of Life (Erasmus Mundus Programme)

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Campus Full time August 2018 Sweden Uppsala Alnarp Umeå + 2 more

Food of Life is a cross-disciplinary master’s program within the science of animal-derived foods. In a unique way the course combine animal science, food science and technology. [+]

Master’s Program - Food of Life

Food of Life is a cross-disciplinary master’s program within the science of animal-derived foods. In a unique way the course combine animal science, food science and technology.

Food of Life is a part of the Erasmus Mundus program initiated by the European Commission to enhance and promote European higher education throughout the world. The two-year Master’s program builds on the expertise of four European universities:

-- University of Copenhagen,

-- Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences,

-- Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,

-- University of Helsinki

Food of Life is a cross-disciplinary Master’s program integrating Animal Science, Food Science and Technology. In a unique way, the education combines these sciences focusing on social as well as cultural and, of course, scientific aspects of the food production chain.... [-]