MFS 2021 path catalogue

On this page, you will find information on all paths combinations (i. e. mobility plans) offered in the MSc Food Systems in fall/winter 2021 by EIT Food's partner universities. Click on one of the headers below to reveal the detailed study plans for each path.

See also the advisory tool intended for candidates: 2021 Path Advisory

A1: Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - Queen's University of Belfast - University of Hohenheim
Innovative food processing
A2: Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - University of Reading - University of Turin
Targeted nutrition and health management
A3: Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - University of Warsaw - Queen's University of Belfast
Targeted nutrition and health management
B1: University of Warsaw - University of Turin - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Management of food system innovations
B2: University of Warsaw - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - University of Turin
Management of food system innovations
B3: University of Warsaw - University of Hohenheim - University of Reading
Management of food system innovations
C1: University of Turin - University of Warsaw - University of Hohenheim
Sustainable production
Food safety, transparency, traceability
C2: University of Turin - University of Hohenheim - University of Warsaw
Food safety, transparency, traceability
C3: University of Turin - University of Warsaw - Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Targeted nutrition and health management
Food safety, transparency, traceability
D1: University of Reading - University of Turin - University of Warsaw
Targeted nutrition and health management
D2: University of Reading - Aarhus University - University of Turin
Food safety, transparency, traceability
D3: University of Reading - University of Hohenheim - Aarhus University
Innovative food processing
E1: University of Hohenheim - University of Turin - Aarhus University
Circular food systems
Sustainable production
Innovative food processing
E2: University of Hohenheim - University of Turin - University of Reading
Innovative food processing
E3: University of Hohenheim - University of Warsaw - Aarhus University
Sustainable production