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AgriFood Sustainability & Technology, MSc

University of Galway, Ireland

University of Galway

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About AgriFood Sustainability & Technology, MSc - at University of Galway

Welcome to the University of Galway's MSc programme in AgriFood Sustainability & Technology.

The agri-food sector is Ireland's largest indigenous industry, employing over 150,000 people, and generating an annual output of over €24 billion. Globally, the food and agriculture industry is responsible for feeding the planet and employing 40% of the global workforce. However, agri-food sector in Ireland and globally is facing numerous challenges around land and water use, climate change, sustainability, health, and wellbeing. Our programme aims to equip students with the advanced skills, knowledge, and expertise needed to tackle these challenges and succeed in technical and production management roles within Agri-food growing industry.

At University of Galway, we offer a variety of forward-thinking topics, including Food Systems, Diets, Nutrition & Technology, AgriBusiness & AgriFood Market Trends, One Health, AgriEngineering, Agritech & AgriInformatics, Geospatial Analysis and Remote Sensing and others. Our students also have the opportunity to undertake a research project in industry or academia.

During the programme, students visit agri-food industries to see the practical applications of their knowledge and hear from guest speakers. Our programme generates graduates with interdisciplinary skills to respond to challenges and opportunities in Ireland and other leading agrifood nations worldwide. Run in collaboration with Ireland's Agriculture and Food Authority (Teagasc) and other leading agrifood partners from Ireland and internationally, our programme provides a strong enabling platform for students to develop careers in the agrifood sector globally.

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7. Add all required documents, like BSc degree marks (we accept with 2.1 and 2.2), personal statement (250-500 words why you are interested to do a research), recommendations (from your tutors, employers, whatever is relevant), proof of identity (usually passport or driving licence).

8. Personal statements of applicants meeting the initial academic requirements for this course will be accessed by academic staff before a decision concerning the offer of a place can be made. It is expected that in the personal statement applicants will be able to demonstrate a keen interest in agriculture and all aspects of the farm-to-fork process.

9. Next, your application will be reviewed by the MSc AgriFood Sustainability & Technology committee and successful candidates will receive the Letter of Offer, that need to be accepted by applicant within 4 weeks.

And other members of the multidisciplinary Plant & AgriBiosciences Research Centre (PABC) of the Ryan Institute at University of Galway.

Entry requirements for this course

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