Process and Food Technology

SubjectScience, Food


Type of DegreeBSc

CostEUR 2,168

Cost non-EUEUR 8,375

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Most of the things you see around you everyday are made through chemical processes - Medicines, make-up, paints, gadgets, gasoline, and energy - not to mention food and drink. To produce them, the world’s biggest multinationals rely on people with the kind of skills you’ll develop on our Bachelor’s of Process and Food Technology programme.

You’ll spend time during the programme working with a real company, on real projects and work placements. International companies are very much involved in the curriculum. During the PFT programme you will visit these companies and guest lecturers from the various companies will teach in the programme. So there is a strong link with the professional world. You’ll also learn how to plan, write and present reports in a professional environment. As well as developing technical knowledge and skills, you’ll develop the social skills you need to succeed.

If you want to work for a multinational company, it’s essential to be able to work with people from other countries and cultures. That international outlook is what sets our programme apart. Our staff and students represent over 135 different nationalities. That makes The Hague University the most international university in Holland. You’ll work in multicultural teams on group projects, and learn to embrace other ways of thinking.

Some of the world’s biggest and best-known multinationals are right on our doorstep – e.g. Shell and Unilever. We regularly talk to the business community about our curriculum, to make sure it’s really relevant to the working world.

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