Erasmus Mundus MSc programme
Why choose this programme?
Are you interested in all aspects of Animal Nutrition and want to study in an international, intercultural setting which supports you to work with scientists and specialists at global research facilities? Then the MSc programme on Sustainable Animal Nutrition and Feeding (EM-SANF) is the right programme for you.
This unique joint MSc programme aim to decrease the shortage of academics in this field by educating third country and European students a state of the art, 2-years Master programme in the feeding and nutrition of food producing animals. It provides a multidisciplinary approach towards productivity, welfare, environmental and economic impacts of animal production for all major animal species. EM-SANF is an international programme with links to international feed companies and capacity building in developing countries.
What's in it for you?
Student Mobility and experience different cultures
EM-SANF is one of its kind in its approach towards student mobility. By bringing together four universities with additional support of industrial and institutional partners worldwide students from all over the world are able to get the latest insights from recently finished research. The course is 'thesis-oriented'. Students work from the first week during the first year towards their thesis, the research for which is conducted in the second year. All subjects during both semesters are therefore in principle 'thesis-preparing' subjects closely linked to the future thesis work. By following courses at two university in year 1 you experience different cultures and educational environments. you will study with students from all over the world which provides extra international dimension to your study.
Which Universities are involved?
The aim of EM-SANF aligns closely to achieving a second, double green revolution in the newly emerging and complex concept of sustainable animal production. The four university work together providing specialized subjects in their respective fields of expertise. The universities have high joint publication rates, experience from participation in joint EU projects, Erasmus Mundus joint Doctorate, joint PhD courses, and Erasmus exchange agreements.
More information about the programme, admission and application can be found on www.emsanf.eu.