Master In Food Systems, full-time, second cycle programme (S2-PRK-MFS)
(in Polish: Gospodarka żywnościowa, stacjonarne, drugiego stopnia)
second cycle program
full-time, 2-years of study
Master studies, full-time, conducted in English, at the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw
Master In Food Systems (MFS) studies are conducted in the discipline of Management and Quality Sciences (leading discipline, Social Sciences) and Food and Nutrition Technology (supplementary discipline, Agricultural Sciences).
The studies cover 4 semesters. Classes will be conducted according to the following schedule:
The studies are charged with possibility to apply for a scholarship.
Master in Food Systems is an integrated master's program offered by the Faculty of Management in cooperation with the partner universities mentioned above. The MFS program promotes in-depth knowledge about value chain management in the food system. Students study consecutively at 3 universities in total, starting (and finishing) at the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw. Each academic institution offers semester blocks focused on distinctive areas of the food system. Modules are taught in a variety of formats, combining online and offline lectures with case studies, co-creation and problem-solving activities, business plan development and master thesis. At each semester students implement modules offered by a given university in situ and one common module shared by students from all partner universities. The shared modules are as follows:
The 4th semester is entirely devoted to the master's thesis and research project for the master thesis.
Students receive master degree diplomas of the University of Warsaw with a supplement specifying with path description.
Students achieve learning outcomes in the area of knowledge, skills and competences resulting in the following graduate profile:
As to acquired knowledge, the graduate:
In the field of skills, the graduate:
As to social competences, the graduate:
Potential job vacancies for graduates:
marketing, production management and logistics, processes optimisation for production and logistics, new products developers, analysts of the broadly understood agri-food sector, consultants and advisers, specialists in food quality assurance and in food security management. The MFS promotes entrepreneurship and self-employment by enhancing start-ups development.
To apply please follow the link: https://mfs-apply.eitfood.eu/
Access to further studies: