Browse from more than 400 English study programmes in Poland!

Excellence put unaffected


Nay particular delightful

Academic schools

Vocational schools

Study in Poland - programme -

Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW

address: Nowoursynowska 166 St.
02-787 Warsaw, Poland
phone: +48 22 593 10 25
e-mail: [email protected]    internet:

M.Sc. in Food Technology and Human Nutrition Specialization 'Organic Food Quality and Marketing' within the ELLS Programme 'Organic Agriculture and Food Systems' (EUR-Organic)


Master of Science


Two basic semester packages, one specialization semester package and a master thesis. Start: September with a joint start-up module that is compulsory for all students enrolled in the programme.




Mission of the Faculty
The Faculty develops educational and research activities related to human nutrition and its impact on health and quality of life, dietetic, evaluation of food products from the point of view of health, consumer needs and behavior as well as food services, household economics and the functioning of the food market in Poland and other EU countries.

Mission of the M.Sc. Programme EUR-Organic
The core of the Double Degree M.Sc. Programme "Organic Agriculture and Food Systems" (EUR-Organic) is to create the study profiles that enable the students to profit from the different foci of organic agriculture teaching and research of the partner universities. The EUR-Organic consortium: University of Hohenheim, Germany; University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria; Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland.

Detailed programme of studies
During the M.Sc. programme all students will be studying at two different universities. The first semester/basic: Joint start-up module + e-learning; compulsory courses. The second semester/basic: compulsory modules & elective modules. Summer school - elective module. The third and fourth semester: elective modules/master thesis.

Educational outcomes
The presented M.Sc. programme offers an insight into all important steps along the food chain. This broad- based approach enables students to solve problems arising in the subsequent processing of organic food or in quality control. Students acquire interdisciplinary, solutions-based analytical skills appropriate to meet the demands faced by employees at all levels both in the private and public sector. Graduates are highly competitive on the international job market. Career opportunities in the international organic sector are facilitated. A distinct asset of the EUR-Organic programme is that upon graduation the students will be used to the cultural conditions in two European countries.


Students pay the tuition fee according to the rules of university where they are registered as fulltime students, i.e. their home university, during both study years. Students are exempted from paying tuition fee at their host university.


1 June for students within EU/EEA and 15 March for students outside EU/EEA.


Prof. Ewa Rembiałkowska, WULS-SGGW, Poland,
tel.: (+48) 22-59-370-38, e-mail: [email protected] Kerstin Hoffbauer, UHOH, Germany, tel.: (+49) 711-45-92-33-28, e-mail: [email protected] Ulrike Piringer, BOKU, Austria,
tel.: (+43) 14-76-54-26-21, e-mail: [email protected] Visit the English website of the Programme EUR-Organic:



Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW

education requirements

Students require a Bachelor of Science (BSc) or an equivalent degree in Agriculture or a related discipline (e.g. Biology, Food Technology, Economics, Nutrition Sciences, Environmental Sciences) following at least three years of university studies. English language skills.
Students from all countries of the world can apply for the EUR-Organic programme.