Study Food Sciences in Sweden

Master's Degrees in
Food Sciences in Sweden

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Studying Food Sciences

Food sciences offer extensive knowledge and expertise in food making, research and development. Food sciences deal with all technical aspects of food from harvesting or slaughtering, to cooking and consumption. A food scientist studies the nature of foods, but is also involved in designing and managing equipment involved in processing foods.

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Studying in Sweden

Swedish universities are renowned for their investigative research and independent thinking, and this reputation is cemented with nationally certified degrees and rigorous quality control. As a country, Sweden is an open and multicultural society with a long tradition of welcoming international students.

4 Food Sciences Master's degrees in Sweden

Master Food and Meal Science

This Food and Meal Science master programme from Kristianstad University takes you to a higher level within the field of food and meal science. It requires a bachelor's degree with equivalence in a subject relevant to the main field* including a degree project.

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Master Food Innovation and Product Design

The European joint Master’s in Food Innovation and Product Design (FIPDes) is a two year academic programme in the field of food science and product development, operated by AgroParisTech (France), together with DIT (Ireland), UNINA (Italy), and Lund University.

Faculty of Engineering
M.Sc. Food Technology and Nutrition

This Food Technology and Nutrition programme at Lund University is aimed at students who want to learn more about food and who want to work with innovative future foods, for instance as a part of the solution to major health issues such as malnutrition and obesity. The programme covers the design and production of foods with health benefits. You will learn about subjects such as food chemistry, food processing, surface and colloid chemistry, microbiology, nutrition and food analysis.

Faculty of Engineering