The Spanish university system dates back to the Middle Ages. The oldest among Spanish Universities is Salamanca, founded in 1218. The present system, however, is actually descendant of the 19th century liberal university, inspired by the centralized French model.
Agricultural sciences is very broad field, including aspects from natural sciences as well as economics and social sciences and has a high importance in order to ensure the well-being of a growing world-population by guaranteeing a sustainable production of agricultural goods for food, as the use raw material (e.g. wood), or to meet the rising demand of bio-fuels.
Find and compare 27 Masters in Agriculture, Forestry, Animal & Related Sciences in Spain. Below is a selection of the available study options. If you're interested in studying Agriculture, Forestry, Animal & Related Sciences in Spain you can view all 27 Master's programmes. You can also read more about the Agriculture, Forestry, Animal & Related Sciences discipline in general or about studying in Spain.