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Applied Sciences

Agriculture & Animal Sciences

BSc in Agricultural Economics & Management.

3 years

€3500 pa

Programme profile

This programme is run by the Faculty of Economics and Management (FEM), the largest faculty at the University.There are almost 6 000 students enrolled in FEM's programmes . The faculty offers a wide scale of education covering the areas of management, economics, ITC, public administration and regional development, or systems engineering, which reflect the needs of agriculture and related industries.

Students on this programme acquire advanced theoretical knowledge in the areas of general economics and management theory. They acquire practical and theoretical knowledge in agricultural economics, enterprise economics, finance, financing, accounting and management.

Graduates will be able create and manage projects in the sector, including the planning, implementation and feedback phases. In addition, they will be able to evaluate and develop their own and others' performance and to supervise work of other persons.

Students can take a part of their studies abroad at partner universities in other countries.

Programme content

Year 1: Agricultural Systems ; Mathematics for Economists; Informatics; Principles of Business negotiation ; Statistics; Electives

Year 2: Empirical Research in Economics; Fundamentals of Law; Fundamentals of Economics; Fundamentals of Management; Fundamentals of Accounting;Principles of Ecology ;Introduction to Environmental Economics; Introduction to Sociology; Fundaments of Political Science; Information systems ; Trade and Commerce; Electives

Year 3: Business Economics; Qualitative Methods; Theses Writing and Preparation; Financial Economics; natural Resources Management ; Agricultural Economics; Fundamentals of Psychology; Fundamentals of Marketing; Electives; Bachelors Thesis


The university offers a related Masters programme, taught through English, in the following area:

Natural Resources & Environment

Entry Requirements

General Certificate of Education (with examination in 8 subjects where at least 3 are A-levels, alternatively 2 A-levels + 2 AS-levels, 1 A-level + 4 AS-levels. Subjects to include Maths

Leaving Certificate showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 are Higher Level subjects (at least Grade C3). Subjects to include Maths

Yes, in Maths



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