Agricultural Production Chain Management - Postharvest Technology and Logistics: Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences

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Degree 
Postgraduate degree
Address
Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences, P.O. Box 411, 6700 AK, Wageningen, Netherlands
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Subject
Agriculture
Course Language(s) 
English
Course Beginning 
1-Oct
Duration 
1 year
App Deadline 
May 15, NFP-scolarship: 1 February
Scholarship and Grants 

http://www.vanhall-larenstein.com/schola...

Telephone 
0031 317 486 262
Fax 
0031 317 486 280
E-mail 

i...@vanhall-larenstein.com

Website 
http://www.vanhall-larenstein.nl



Educational requirements: BSc in agricultural engineering or food technology.
Professional experience required: Relevant working experience.
Language requirements: TOEFL (minimum score: paper based: 550, computer based: 213, internet based: 80); IELTS (minimum score: overall band: 6.0)
Other requirements: Employment preferably in training, extension or the management sector, computer literacy and proficiency in English.
Objectives: Managing organisations; innovating services and processes in existing agricultural production chains; developing policies for post harvesting technology and logistics; managing an efficient, competitive and safe agricultural production chain; managing innovative agricultural projects; advising in a continuously changing international business environment.
Subjects: Instutional and organisational management and analysis; leadership and communication; project planning and management; chain management development; post-harvest psychiology as related to handeling and the product enviroment; preharvest production environment; research methods and thesis.
Modes of instruction: Competence-based learning through case studies, projects, role-play, simulations, practical assignments, field trips and lectures.


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