Master's degree programmes

Aarhus University offers a number of international Master's Degree programmes in the field of food and agriculture.


  • Master's degree in Agrobiology: Climate change and population growth pose a huge, multifaceted, worldwide challenge to agricultural production. Food production needs to be increased in scale and efficiency, while at the same time animal welfare, the environment and natural resources need to be protected. A degree in agrobiology will equip you to play a part in finding solutions to these problems. Students choose one of three tracks: Animal health and welfare, Plant nutrition and health and Organic agriculture (single degree) or Organic Agriculture and Food Systems (double degree).
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  • Agro-Environmental Management: One of the greatest challenges of the twenty-first century is at the core of the MSc in Agro-Environmental Management programme. Nationally and globally there is a need for solutions that combine the increasing demand for food with sustainable management of nature, the climate and the environment.
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  • Molecular Nutrition and Food Technology: With the MSc in Molecular Nutrition and Food Technology, you can acquire the tools and knowledge required to develop nutritious foods – foods designed to reduce the risk of developing the lifestyle diseases of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, allergy and cancer.
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  • Sustainable Animal Nutrition and Feeding (Erasmus Mundus): The MSc in Sustainable Animal Nutrition and Feeding is a double-degree programme in which students specialise in two out of four alternative tracks.
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