Tropical and International Agriculture (M.Sc.): University of Göttingen

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Degree 
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Address
Tropical and International Agriculture (M.Sc.): University of Göttingen, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Brigitta Lunderstädt, Gutenbergstraße 33, Göttingen, 37075, Germany
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Subject
Sciences
Course Language(s) 
English
Course Beginning 
Winter semester: October 01
Duration 
4 semester (2 years)
App Deadline 
Winter semester: March 31
Submit Application To 

Georg August University of Göttingen, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences - MSc Course in Tropical and International Agriculture Ms Brigitta Lunderstädt, Gutenbergstraße 33, 37075 Göttingen

Scholarship and Grants 

http://www.agribiz.uni-goettingen.de/

Telephone 
+49.551.395.599
Fax 
+49.551.395.595
E-mail 

i...@uni-goettingen.de

Website 
http://www.ipag.uni-goettingen.de/master...



This programme is addressed to German and international students from disciplines such as agriculture, cultural anthropology, biology, economics, rural development, forestry, geography, and horticulture.

The 2-year-programme leads to the Master of Science in Tropical and International Agriculture. The degree is accepted internationally and qualifies the student to progress to a Ph.D.

Teaching focuses on basic methodology, special knowledge in the major subjects, capability for interdisciplinary research, and improving oral, written communication and presentation skills. Each student will be supported by two members of the teaching staff for the design, implementation, analysis and write-up of the research project.

The M.Sc. programme targets highly qualified, internationally minded students of all nationalities who wish to pursue a career in the field of international agricultural and rural development with state, research, non-governmental, agribusiness firms, and other private-sector institutions.


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