|Degree:||Bachelor of Science (BSc)|
|University website:||Agricultural Engineering|
|Annual tuition (EEA)||4,000 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||4,000 EUR|
The BSc programme in Agricultural Engineering aims to train agricultural engineers capable of realising production, leadership, controlling and organisational work in agricultural companies; performing jobs in enterprises dealing with the processing and marketing of agricultural products; and completing professional management tasks in connection with agriculture. Basic theoretical fields such as botany, zoology, mathematics, economics, business law, international agriculture and safety at work build a foundation for professional courses including crop production, horticulture, plant protection, animal husbandry, animal nutrition, animal health, farm business management and business organization, among others.
The last semester of the programme consists of an internship at an agricultural company. Throughout the programme, there is a focus on developing skills such as planning, directing, controlling and performing soil preparation, nutrient supply, seeding, plant protection, harvesting and basic processing of arable and horticultural crops, and planning, directing, controlling and performing animal husbandry. Students will also work extensively with nutrition and hygiene, organising and directing waste management, observing environmental aspects, and preparing economic plans, calculations, as well as organising marketing activities. Graduates of the Faculty usually choose their careers in agriculture and agribusiness.
Specialisation options: agricultural economics, animal production, horticulture, plant production