The European Master’s programme in Agricultural, Food and Environmental Policy Analysis (AFEPA) responds to the increasing need to better understand the socio-economic and environmental effects of agricultural, food and environmental policies. It provides you with high quality education in their design and assessment. Benefit
A diverse and high quality Master’s education with great career opportunities
An international experience in a world-wide network and good preparation for a global job market
A double Master’s degree from two renowned European universities
A Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent academic degree of minimum three years with a grade of at least an overall average “B” or equivalent grade. Students in their final year of their Bachelor’s degree may be provisionally admitted.
A minimum of 24 ECTS credits in economics gained in the Bachelor’s degree – including one course in microeconomics, management, and statistics. An additional introduction to agricultural, environmental or food sciences is recommended.
Letter of Motivation (in English, no more than 300 words)
Reference forms: Note: Must be uploaded by the referees within the application deadline in order to be considered.
English proficiency test
Deadline 31 January 2022
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