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|Start date:||January 2014|
|Duration full-time:||11 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
The food industry is most closely linked to a society´s lifestyle. Despite its good health, the food industry faces an unavoidable need of continuous adaptation. Adaptation through innovation is therefore necessary to adjust to the rapid changes in eating habits, which are determined by our present way of life.
Food represents about 20 % of the total expenses of the Spanish population. Changes in the family structure constitute an important factor to take into account. All experts point to the research and development sector as the challenge to guarantee that companies can adapt their products to the essential demands of consumers.
The obsession with safety is a defining feature of the food industry; creativity should be contingent on quality, safety and comfort. The higher standard of living is linked to greater spending potential in commodities with more added value, together with better presentations, useful life, flavour, etc. These standards are achieved through proper management, innovation and technological development.
The food industry aims at increasing the quality of its products, improving consumer confidence and promoting modernisation, technological development and environmental suitability.
The programme consists of a highly professional schedule route structured in 5 compulsory modules, in addition to the Master´s research project (Module 6). The structure is as follows:
The requirement to enrol in the Master´s degree is to be in possession of a bachelor degree, a first- or second-cycle Spanish diploma or a foreign qualification accredited by the Ministry of Science and Innovation. Students in possession of foreign non-accredited degrees who have a level of training that is equivalent to a Spanish bachelor degree shall be admitted at the discretion of the University of Lleida. According to the Royal Decree 1393/2007 from the 30th October 2007, admission to Master´s degree will require the prospective student to hold an official university degree.
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