Industrial Engineering, Department
Fakultät Agrarwissenschaften und Landschaftsarchitektur at the HS Osnabrück
- Oldenburger Landstraße 24
- 49090 Osnabrück
- Phone: +49 541 969-5110
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Special features regarding teachingConveying economic and technological know-how coupled with in-depth product knowledge for the agricultural and food industries - these are the core competencies of the Industrial Engineering Agricultural / Food degree course. This Bachelor's degree prepares students for a wide range of activities in the entire agricultural, horticultural and food industry, including the upstream industrial and commercial sectors.
Special features regarding the international orientationIn addition to attending English-language modules, studying Industrial Engineering in the agricultural and food sector enables participation in international workshops and summer universities. In the 5th and 6th semester, semesters abroad can be completed at well-known partner universities worldwide or internships abroad. Excursions to EU and non-EU countries complete the offer. In addition, there is the possibility to participate in a 9-week cross-university module programme "International Agri-Food Supply Chains" with universities from the Netherlands, Poland and Germany.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe equipment of the department contributes to the good learning and study conditions. The university provides horticultural and agricultural trial operations for practical trials and teaching units. Food-loving students have the opportunity to work and learn practically in the university's food technology centre and in the technology centre of the cooperation partner DIL Deutsches Institut für Lebensmitteltechnik e.V. Here, content from the lecture can be tried out and food can be produced on an industrial scale.
Special features regarding research and developmentStructure of the "Food Future Lab: Real laboratories for sustainable food value creation "with a focus on reducing food waste and packaging-related environmental pollution. The Food Future Lab comprises three real laboratories: Sustainable food and packaging technology, innovation, entrepreneurship & agile leadership and market + society. Interdisciplinary research competence center COALA. COALA combines the diverse and numerous projects, research activities, theses in the field of "Agricultural Engineering" with teaching.
Support for foundersThe curriculum offers modules that provide students with a good basis for later management and Start-ups. Starting with modules on consumer insights, product and technology development, entrepreneurship and finance or production optimisation and quality management will give you in-depth knowledge with a strong connection to the industry. For exchanges among students with successful founders, the GEN takes place every two months - Founder & Developer Nights - open space for entrepreneurs, innovators and sponsors of the Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences.
Other special featuresThe degree course imparts interdisciplinary knowledge of the food value chain. In general, students in the professional world are qualified for a wide range of tasks and positions. Key positions and interfaces in particular will form the future fields of work. Orientation is possible, depending on the specialisation and own interests in the areas of Agricultural, Horticultural or Food Industry. Alternatively, a focus can be placed in the areas of Economy or Technology / Engineering.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.hs-osnabrueck.de/de/forschung/recherche/forschungsprojekte/
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.hs-osnabrueck.de/studium/rund-ums-studium/bewerbung/
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