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Department of Engineering

Sustainable Food Management


The training to become a food manager is as varied as food itself! With us, you will explore sustainable aspects of food development, production and marketing. After completing the course, you will be qualified to apply for a position of responsibility in a range of fields, from agriculture or industrial and commercial production to trade.

Did you know, …

… that this technical course combines science, engineering, management and key skills?

Agricultural engineering, natural sciences and process engineering, food processing, quality management and quality assurance as well as production planning and logistics are key assets on the job market. Technical experts are in high demand!

Did you know, …

… that we set up a food lab in 2015?

The food lab contains a range of analysis, processing and measuring devices which are used to provide you with a scientific grounding in food science with a practical focus.

Did you know, …

… that you will be a certified hygiene manager after the fourth semester?

Quality Austria is the leading Austrian agency for system and personal certification and has been a partner to our courses for over ten years. The ‘Hygiene Manager’ certificate opens the doors to a range of attractive careers in trade and industry.

Did you know, …

… that the fifth semester is taught in English?

We will provide you with industry-specific English skills which you need when interacting with international partners. You will also have the chance to spend your fifth semester at a partner university abroad.

Did you know, …

… that we need your Bachelor’s thesis for our future work?

Bachelor’s theses which focus on innovative topics and are carried out in collaboration with established companies can optimise sustainable food production step-by-step.

Did you know, …

… that we offer students numerous opportunities to get to know the food industry?

The 960 hours of internship and numerous excursions to selected companies allow you to gather experience in the food industry while you study.