The aim of the Crop Production programme at Szent István University is to educate crop production engineers possessing strong skills and complex knowledge in natural sciences, crop production-, plant protection- plant breeding- and food production technologies.
Graduated students will be able to design and to operate management and decision making systems in the field of arable crop production, in particular production of grain crops, cash crops and oil seed crops, fodder crops and energy cropping.
The studies enable graduates to work in research, development, technology transfer, or serve as operative leaders, as well as to continue their studies in PhD studies afterwards.
The educational system of Szent István University is accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee (HAC). The Committee was established in 1993, as an independent agency, is responsible for accrediting and evaluating the quality of teaching and research carried out in higher education institutes in Hungary.
Quality assurance is based on a periodically repeated assessment of the curricula, requirements, and qualifications of the academic staff in each study program. All degree awarding study programs at the faculty are fully accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee and also designed to be compliant with the Bologna Accords for international recognition.
For more information, please visit the programme website.
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