Study course Food Technology concentrates on food production and processing, employing and developing the knowledge of biological, chemical, engineering and economic disciplines. Graduates have a deep theoretical knowledge of food production technology, food chemistry, food analysis, biochemistry, microbiology and process engineering, and therefore, they are capable of individual research and might work in management in food industry, and in research and development of food technologies. The study also focuses on engineering processes and their applications in technologies of food production and processing. Special attention is paid to the impact of technological processes on chemical composition, physico-chemical, biochemical, microbiological and nutrition properties of manufactured products.
Scholarship info (2nd year and up)
In the second and the following academic year of studies the DP scholarship may be paid from the resources of the scholarship fund of the Faculty, at which the student is enrolled. Students may submit the request within 30 days of the next academic year. The amount of the scholarship depends on the Dean's decision.