Started in the academic year 2014/2015. The minimum number of credits for the degree is 120 (2 years). Course only starts with 10 or more confirmed entries as definite by the Executive Council of the FCT NOVA.
Candidates holding a Pre-Bologna degree or a 2 cycle degree, in any area of natural sciences, exact science or technology related field, or equivalent, may request crediting for the respective course units.
Mastering technologies state of the art with sustainable application in agro-industry, including aspects on the frontier of knowledge in order to develop appropriate professional activity to the production of food raw materials;
Analyze the complexity of agribusiness systems in innovative ways, demonstrating critical, enterprising and creative capacity in the reformulation of food products;
Understand the several ways of an agro-industrial processing system suitable to the design of new food products as well as the social context in which the system is inserted;
Communicating and interacting in team, with intervention in the production processes of the agro-food industries looking to optimize processes and being aware of the responsibilities and ethical and professional obligations.
The masters in Agro-Industrial Production and Manufacturing Technologies will be able to perform their profession in public and private sector organizations in management activities, Development, Maintenance and Quality Control in Agro-Food Industry linked in obtaining materials raw and processed products. They also can integrate services companies including consulting, project and audit or perform research tasks in academic and/or business context.
Portuguese students: 1063,47 €/year
Foreign students: 7000 €/year 60% reduction for CPLP (Community of Portuese Language Countries) students
1st phase: 23rd April to 16th July 2018
2nd phase: 27th to 31st august 2018
3rd phase: 7th january to 7th february 2019
Vacancies for 2018/2019:
Professor Fernando José Cebola Lidon
Registration number R/A-Cr 77/2014 on 04/06/2014
Prior accreditation on 19/05/2014, for 6 years
The Earth Sciences Department (DCT) of the FCT - NOVA, whose regulation was reviewed in 2011 (DR 99, 2nd series of 23 May 2011), is a graduate and post-graduate teaching unit and also research unit in the fields of Science and Geological Engineering andin thoserelated or interdisciplinary fields. It shall promote scientific and technological development, service delivery, university extension activities, and the development of dissemination activities.More info