Selection, evaluation and student obligations
Applicants that have completed a Bachelor’s degree or are enrolled in the final semester of a Bachelor’s programme are eligible to apply for the Master’s program in “Applied Science and Technology in Agricultural Production”
Categories of Candidates: Graduates with a bachelor's degree in one of the below-mentioned areas may be considered qualified for admission:
Faculties and Departments of
1. The MSc "Applied Science and Technology in Agricultural Production" is self-funded. In particular, to meet the basic running costs, school fees are required for participating students. The cost of the program is € 3,600 for EU citizens and € 5,500 for NON EU citizens.
All fees must be deposit before the start of the Academic year. Please note that tuition fees are not refunded once your education has begun.
The MSc program “Applied Science and Technology in Agricultural Production” held in English by the Department of Agriculture of TEI of Crete has been developed to provide candidates with scientific knowledge concerning all the fields in Agricultural Science and Technology.
Based on information and data on a national scale, but also on the processing of the information derived from the analysis of the Universities curricula internal and external, the Master Program is reviewed periodically with constant improvements and updates, without losing the characteristic structure and orientation.
The Scientific Committee may propose amendments to the General Committee which has the possibility to modify the provisions of this operator.
Introduction to Management, Marketing and Crop Experimentation
Module Type:Theoretical (6 Group Counseling Meetings x 4 Hours, 3 individual projects)
Duration: 10 months
Module Level:Compulsory Course
Additional Work: Lab rotation, 16 working days per month (4 days per week), six hours per day (this is common with other modules)
The program “Master of Science in Applied Science and Technology in Agricultural Production” at the Technological Educational Institution of Crete is a two-year program held in English. While it is a new degree program, it builds on 30 years of experience in the Department of Agriculture.
The Master program aims at two goals: It provides students with the qualification and skills needed to succeed in an increasingly international job market, and it serves as excellent preparation for further graduate studies.