Multifunctional Agriculture

  • Faculty: Faculty of Agriculture
  • Type of study: postgraduate master
  • Length of study: 2 years
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Form of study: full-time
  • Programme code: N0811A370026

About the programme

The Master's degree program Multifunctional Agriculture is based on a broader concept of agriculture, where agricultural companies combine agricultural primary production, environmental protection and other activities, such as processing products on the farm and selling them, agrotourism or some aspects of social farming. The study program is primarily aimed at foreign students and is taught in English. With regard to the two basic areas of countries from which students will establish themselves, it has a broader focus. At the first in case of full study is designed to provide students with sufficient information for agricultural production and management of the agricultural landscape. Emphasis is also placed on competences the work with literature and the ability to solve specific problems. For the second, the Multifunctional Agriculture will provide students of the ERASMUS+ exchange programme with a thematically comprehensive semester of education. Students can choose one or more semesters, depending on the orientation of study at the home university.

How to apply

Without entrance exams (based on the results of studies in the bachelor's degree). To proof of English language proficiency at B2 level by international certificate or from previous study. Does not apply to students from countries where English is the official language. Instruction on how to apply

Contact

doc. Ing. Petr Konvalina Ph.D.

Phone number: 389032547

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