Applying to the European Master in Food Studies programme is a two step process:
- Application and admission to the Wageningen University MSc Food Technology.
- Application and admission to the European Master in Food Studies specialisation.
Step 1: Applying to Wageningen University
Prospective students may apply to the MSc Food Technology programme according to the application guidelines of Wageningen University.
Applicants must provide the following documents:
- Completed application form
- Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in Dutch or English (or a certified English translation)
- Transcript of academic records
- English language proficiency test results
- Statement of motivation
- Curriculum Vitae
Details are available at Wageningen University’s website, according to your country of origin:
- Non-EU (European Union) students Deadline: 1 May 2016. Please note that for many fellowship programmes, the application should be completed in the first months of the year.
- EU students Deadline: 15 July 2016
- Dutch students Deadline: 1 August 2016
Additionally, the European Master applicant should include:
- In your statement of motivation, clearly state why you wish to enrol in the European Master in Food Studies programme!
- Send in your curriculum vitae according to the Europass CV-format
- 2 letters of recommendation, to be sent directly to Wageningen University by the referees – please use the format provided (word document)
Applicants will receive confirmation once Wageningen University has received the application package. Wageningen’s academic board of admissions will review the application and notify the applicant within 4-6 weeks, on average. Please note that the application procedure can take up to 8 weeks.
Upon admission to the MSc Food Technology, the applicant will receive information concerning registration and tuition payment.
Step 2: Applying to the European Master in Food Studies
Applicants may confirm application to the European Master in Food Studies only after admission to the MSc Food Technology programme (Step 1).
The Executive Board of the Foundation European Masters in Food will receive the applicant’s confirmation of application to the specialisation. A personal interview may complete the admission procedure.
Beginning in January, the Executive board will judge the applications monthly. Applicants will be notified whether she or he is admitted, is put on hold for a second judgement, or is rejected.
To learn more, please fill in the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please note that the form below is only for requesting further information – it is not an application form.