240 online teaching hours
10 Octubre 2022 Registration deadline
Yes, the Master’s course is hosted by a Spanish university with academic programs for undergraduate, and postgraduate study opportunities. The Master will be accompanied by regular exams and can only be concluded by the provision of a final master thesis. Students, who complete the Master will hold an accredited Master’s degree. The host university will be disclosed by the end of July 2022.
For subscribing to the Master’s degree you will need:
If English is not your first language we recommend you have at least one of the following qualifications (or equivalent):
– IELTS (International English Language Testing System) with a minimum score of 5,0
– TOEFL® iBT with a minimum score between 65 -90
This is only a recommended level, as it is the sole responsibility of the prospective student to have a minimum level of English competency, which will allow them to successfully complete the course.
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All degrees awarded by accredited universities will be accepted, independent from their national titling. Please be aware, that the university may require some form of recognition procedure. The minimum entry degree for this Master’s course is a degree at bachelor-level.
No. The master is held virtually with on-demand lectures, allowing fresh produce professionals to continue their daily work and remain at their location whilst studying. The schedule foresees a weekly studying time of 5–6 hours per week, to complete the master.
The Master is held in English but will be subtitled in Spanish and Chinese.
No. The minimum entry level is a bachelor or bachelor-like degree.
Yes. The master has foreseen an inauguration period after Fruit Attraction Madrid at the 7th and 8th October in hybrid format, to allow presential participation. The master course will be accompanied by tutorials, guest lecturers and Q&A sessions.
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