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Master's degree in Nutritional Phytotechnology for Human Health

The NOVA University of de Lisbon, through the Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia (FCT NOVA), and the Faculdade de Ciências Médicas (FCM-UNL), confers the Master degree in Nutritional Phytotechnology for Human Health. The Master degree in Nutritional Phytotechnology for Human Health starts in the academic year 2016/2017. The minimum number of credits to obtain the Master's degree is 120 (4 semesters).

Objectives

To lead the state of the art of the Phytotechnological processes applied to human health on a sustainable basis, in order to develop professional activity focused on economic added-value;

To analyze the complexity of Ecophysiological systems in an innovative way, demonstrating critical skills, entrepreneurial and creative capabilities in order to develop new products of plant origin;

To understand the different aspects of an industrial processing system suitable for the design of new products of plant origin, as well as the social context in which the system is integrated;

To communicate and interact within a team, with intervention in the productive industrial systems linked to the vegetable sector, seeking to optimize processes and being aware of the responsibilities and ethical and professional obligations.

Curriculum

Career opportunities

In a national and transnational employability perspective, the Master aims to train specialists with a solid and integrated theoretical and practical background in the production and processing of products of plant origin, considering nutrition and public health standards;

Research works leading to the Master Thesis will be preferably carried out in institutions linked to the hospital sector and / or public health and food businesses;

Masters in Nutritional Phytotechnology for Human Health will be able to exercise their professional activity in public and private sector organizations, management, development, maintenance and quality control in the food and nutrition sector;

 Masters in Nutritional Phytotechnology for Human Health can also integrate companies of services as consulters, projecters and auditers or perform research tasks in an academic and/or business context.

Schedule

Daytime / After work

Tuition fee

Portuguese students: 1063,47 €/year

Foreign students: 7000 €/year 60% reduction for CPLP (Community of Portuese Language Countries) students

Applications

1st phase: 23rd April to 16th July 2018

2nd phase: 27th to 31st august 2018

3rd phase: 7th january to 7th february 2019

Applications

International Applications

Entrance requirements for the 2018/2019 academic year

Vacancies for 2018/2019:

35

Admission rules:

For the cycle of studies leading to the Master Degree in Nutritional Phytotechnology for Human Health can apply:

a) Holders of a degree or equivalent in Natural and Exact Sciences and technology or a related field;

b) Holders of a foreign academic degree conferred following a 1st cycle of studies according to the Bologna Process by an adhering State in the scientific areas referred in the point a);

c) Holders of a foreign academic degree in the scientific areas in to the point a), recognized as meeting the objectives by the Scientific Councils of the FCT NOVA or FCM-UNL;

d) Holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum in the scientific areas referred in to the point a), recognized as attesting the capacity to accomplish this cycle of studies by the Legal Body of the Coordinating Institution, as proposed by the Scientific Committee of the Master in Nutritional Phytotechnology for Human Health.

Ranking:

Selection criteria and ranking are advertised in advance and including the following:

a) Course classification;
b) Academic and scientific curriculum;
c) Professional curriculum;
d ) Possible interview.

Course coordinator:

Fernando Henrique da Silva Reboredo

mfnsh.coordenador@fct.unl.pt

Registration and Accreditation

DGES

Registration number R/A-Cr 167/2015 on 03/08/2015

A3ES

Prior accreditation on 09/06/2015, for 6 years

About the Department of Earth Sciences

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.

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