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Top Bachelor Degrees in Agribusiness in Europe

Bachelor International Food and Agribusiness
HAS University of Applied Sciences – ‘s-Hertogenbosch & Venlo, Netherlands

HAS University of Applied Sciences awards a bachelor’s degree in International Food and Agribusiness on an English taught basis. The course impacts technical knowledge of animals, plants, food, and health, while exposing students to enterprise and global cooperation.

This program lasts for 4 years at a fee of € 2,083 for EU students and € 7,550 for non-EU students (which does not apply to students from Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Iceland). First year students have opportunity of half tuition courtesy of Dutch government.

Bachelor Business Administration and Agribusiness
HAS University of Applied Sciences – ‘s-Hertogenbosch & Venlo, Netherlands

HAS University of Applied Sciences awards a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Agribusiness on an English taught basis. This course is directed at people who love both business and the agricultural sector. It helps them to evaluate the business side of companies in the food, animal, and plant sectors. They will understand business and financial matters, while learning to solve logistical problems and market development.

This program lasts for 4 years at a fee of € 2,083 for EU students and € 7,550 for non-EU students (which does not apply to students from Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Iceland). First year students have opportunity of half tuition courtesy of Dutch government.

BA in Agribusiness
Rhine Waal University of Applied Sciences – Kleve, Germany

Rhine Waal University of Applied Sciences in Germany offers a BA in Agribusiness to students who want to mix business expertise and management skills towards agriculture and nutrition. The degree program is aimed at directing graduates towards career in private and public sectors for sales, distribution, marketing, and organizational roles.

In 2011, tuition fees for higher learning were abolished in North Rhine-Westphalia therefore, this school does not charge tuition for both domestic and international students. There is however a need to pay some broken down fees to the tune of €307.38.

Bachelor’s in International Agribusiness (EED)
Aeres University of Applied Science – Almere, Netherlands (and more).

Aeres University of Applied Sciences is also located in Dronten, Netherlands and Halifax Regional Municipality, Canada. The school offers a bachelor’s degree program in international agribusiness for students who want answers to questions such as “how agribusinesses know consumers’ needs”, “how they convert raw produce into healthy and marketable products”. They shape minds into Agribusiness Professionals that manage the value chain from production to consumption stage.

This is a full-time course where EU students pay €3.124,50 per year while international students pay €10.249,50 per year. Students can apply for the Erasmus Scholarship or The Holland Scholarship for financial aid.

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