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Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences

address: Norwida 25 St.
50-375 Wrocław, Poland
phone: +48 71 320 10 75
+48 71 320 10 45
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Master of Food Technology and Human Nutrition




1,5 year



ECTS points



Food technology and human nutrition second cycle study programme (Master level) is designed to create the graduates with high practical and theoretical qualifications in food technology and human nutrition for the food industry and also further education (third level degree). To obtain these qualifications during study students will gain in-depth knowledge and skills in the field of physical, chemical and biological importance for the processing, preservation and storage of raw materials and food products of plant and animal origin; study scientific basis of the properties of nutrients and proper nutrition for a healthy and as well sick people, also in terms of individual and collective nutrition and food policy of the population; learn the knowledge of modern techniques and technologies used in the food and human nutrition industry and also research work in these fields; learn the principles of planning and carrying out the experimental work, as well as calculating and presenting of the research results.


1 500 €/semester


31st of January




Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Science

education requirements

1) knowledge in chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, mathematics and physics relevant to food science;
2) knowledge and skills in evaluation of raw materials and plan and animal food products;
3) knowledge and skills in application of various food technology operations, equipment and devices;
4) knowledge and skills in food manufacturing, preservation and storage processes;
5) knowledge and skills in the field of sensory, physical-chemical, microbiological and toxicological food analysis;
6) knowledge of the principles of rational nutrition for different population groups and the ability to develop appropriate dietary plans for the healthy and the sick;
7) skills in reporting, presentation and documentation of research results and presentation and documentation of project assignment results.

other requirements

Candidates need to proof their English proficiency on at least C 1 level (of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages - CEFR).