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Master of Science in Horticultural Science Technical University of Munich

Germany

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Summary

This program combines natural science, technology, and economics. The program is a cooperation between the Technical University of Munich, Università degli Studi Bologna, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, Humboldt Universität Berlin and Corvinus University of Budapest.

The international master's program in Horticultural Science is a cooperation between the Technical University of Munich, Università degli Studi Bologna, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Humboldt Universität Berlin and Corvinus University of Budapest. The program combines content relating to the natural sciences, technology, and economics.

The core program comprehensively covers the area of horticultural production. Modules cover various methods of plant production and plant based nutritional substances, from the laboratory to the field and greenhouse. There is a special focus on applied plant science. This covers classic agricultural chemistry, molecular links, genetic engineering, biotechnology, and population genetics. Given this approach, the degree provides students with a deep understanding of material and energy flows in horticultural systems.

Students benefit from the degree program's international strategy and can create an individual competency profile for themselves, thanks to the different areas of specialization on offer at participating institutions of higher education.

Upon completing the master's program in Horticultural Science, opportunities arise at horticultural companies and in related areas such as the pharmaceutical industry. Further options arise in research and development relating to plant breeding, plant production, quality management, plant protection, and plant nutrition. Further, a career is also possible in research or at government ministries, agricultural authorities, horticultural associations, or international organizations.

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Master of Science in Horticultural Science.

Full Time (4 semesters)

Tuition fees

129,40 EURO per semester (Includes Basic student union fee: 62 Euros per semester; Basic semester ticket fee: 67.40 Euros per semester)

From

23 Apr, 14 Oct

Venue

Technical University of Munich

Munich City campus,

Arcisstrabe 21,

MUNICH,

Bavaria,

80333, Germany

Entry requirement for international students

Minimum requirements to apply for a Master's program at TUM are a recognized undergraduate degree (e.g. a bachelor’s) and the successful completion of the aptitude assessment procedure.

Only a minimum overall band score of 6.5 in the IELTS Academic will be accepted.

Internet based Test (IbT): 88

Paper based test (PbT): 66

CAE (Cambridge Advanced English), Grades A, B, C

CPE (Cambridge Proficiency English), Grades A, B, C

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