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Study in Austria

Project Overview

This United States (US) Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education (FIPSE) and the European Union (EU) Consortium offers a concentration in international agriculture which explores consumer needs for safe high quality food products. The main objective of this project is to ensure a closer collaboration for teaching and curriculum development among partner institutions, as well as, raise awareness of societal issues. This program is structured by a core of both new, existing and updated courses. Students will study a broad range of approaches to produce, add-value, market and trade in safe high quality food products. Students will also participate in language programs with pre and post exchange language assessments in English, Frence and German.

This grant program has expired. Student stipends are no longer available: However, students are encouraged to participate in the bi-lateral exchange program through their own funding or other external sources of funding.

Study in Austria