Future students

Science and Engineering (Bachelor), accreditation pending

Are you interested in science and technology but not quite sure yet which kind of engineering is right for you? Would you like to take a look inside three different engineering disciplines to help you decide on your degree specialisation? If you answered yes to those questions, our interdisciplinary degree programme is exactly what you are looking for. In addition to gaining knowledge of the discipline, you also develop linguistic and intercultural skills as well as competency in social and cultural sciences.

Food Technology (Bachelor)

Have you often wondered where our food comes from, how it is produced and what exactly that involves? The Bachelor of Food Technology is an engineering programme that revolves around food. It has a very strong practical orientation and therefore prepares students ideally for professional life.

Engineering and Management: Food Innovation (Bachelor)

Are you as interested in business and management as you are in the development and industrial production of food? If so, our interdisciplinary study programme combining economic, technological and technical knowledge is exactly what you are looking for.

Food Processing (Master)

After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Food Technology (or a related subject), you are looking to continue your education, and you enjoy research and development? Our Master of Food Processing is the programme for you. Graduates with a Master’s in Food Processing can also go on to study for a doctoral degree in cooperation with one of our partner universities.

Food Processing – Part-Time (Master)

You would like to deepen your knowledge of your subject while continuing to work as a food technologist? The Master of Food Processing – Part-Time programme is structured so that, for the most part, students are not tied to a specific place or time – making it ideal for anyone who wants to combine a career with studying. 

Schools contact

Katrin Kupczyk

Katrin Kupczyk

Study Programme Coordinator, Laboratory Engineer

Building 33, Room 016
Katrin Kupczyk +49 661 9640-5258
Consultation hours
Please make an appointment

Programme adviser

Uta Anschütz

Dr.

Uta Anschütz

Study Programme Coordinator

Building 33, Room 209
Dr. Uta Anschütz +49 661 9640-5757
Consultation hours
Wed 10.00 – 11.30 Fri 09.00 - 10.00 and with appointment

Programme adviser

Désirée Schneider

Dr.

Désirée Schneider

Study Programme Coordinator, Laboratory Engineer

Building 33, Room 223
Dr. Désirée Schneider +49 661 9640-537
Consultation hours
Wed 13.00 - 14.00 (during semester break: please make an appointment)

Programme adviser

Caroline Stehling

Caroline Stehling

Study Programme Coordinator, Laboratory Engineer

Building 33, Room 223
Caroline Stehling +49 661 9640-538
Consultation hours
Wed 13.00 - 14.00 (during semester break: please make an appointment)