International Master in
The Master has been developed to meet the present and future challenges of the horticultural sector. The programme is a joint initiative with the University of Bologna, well known for its long tradition in higher education.
Students will experience a multidisciplinary training and research-led teaching in subjects covering the main aspects of horticultural production and the supply chain. A close collaboration with the horticultural industry is a plus of this study programme. Furthermore, students will have the opportunity to spend up to two semesters in one of the European partner universities and be entitled to earn a double degree.
The programme is structured in four semesters (each of them with 30 ECTS credits).
In addition to regular lectures, laboratories and field visits, students will improve their soft skills during an Academic Basecamp where they will focus on team work, problem solving, decision making, effective communication strategies).
You must apply to the University of Bologna.
unibz guarantees to all candidates that courses will start as planned in Fall 2020 and that no student will be left behind. The Faculties are working on a plan to ensure that teaching will continue to take place. A mixture of simultaneous online and in-presence classes will probably be the formula for the winter semester.