O que eu aprenderei?

International Master programme held in English: the scholarship programme of the consecutive master course of study "Integrated Plant and Animal Breeding" is to impart the basic theories, methods, procedures and questions of breeding in the agricultural and forestry sciences in an interdisciplinary and research oriented approach. The foremost goal of the Master's academic programme is to enable graduates to pursue in-depth scientific work. Students become qualified for international specialist and management tasks or prepared for corresponding foreign-related research activities, thereby making them more competitive in international competition.

Programme description

The master program "integrated Plant and Animal Breeding” (iPAB) combines plant and animal breeding. The general and subject-related goals of the course of study include, among other things, the acquisition of

Knowledge of animal and plant breeding, its methods and procedures;

The ability to apply advanced academic/scientific-analytical laboratory methods or technical methods or qualitative and quantitative survey methodology and to interpret their results;.

The ability to process and demonstrate complex analytical and other data using agricultural sciences and bioinformatics

The ability to use and evaluate scientific literature, statistics and other documentation at a scientific level;

The ability to present test results in writing, and in oral and graphic form;

The ability to execute largely independent research or application-oriented projects and

The ability to view and evaluate the effects of animal and plant breeding taking social, scientific and ethical aspects into account.

Occupational fields

The knowledge imparted in the consecutive master course of study "Integrated Plant and Animal Breeding" should prepare the students for their subject-specific or scientific occupational field. Agricultural scientists with the university degree "Master of Science” in "Integrated Plant and Animal Breeding" can act as managers

In companies engaged in animal and plant breeding,

In operations of the agriculture and food industry,

In specialized consultants in the areas of breeding and production technology,

In national and international agricultural industry,

Opções de estudo

Período integral (4 semestres)

Semester fees: For Winter - €355.31 (includes Administration fees, Student body fees, Railway Ticket fees, Bus Ticket fees, Culture Ticket fees, Studentenwerk fee)
Data de início

Esperado Outubro 2021


University of Gottingen

Wilhelmsplatz 4,


Lower Saxony,

37073, Germany

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Estados Unidos

Student must have bachelor degree. Other English language requirements: a) Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English, b) Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English, c) “International English Language Testing System” (IELTS), minimum level “Band 6”, d) a minimum of 550 points in the paper-based “Test of English as a Foreign Language” (paper-based TOEFL), e) a minimum of 220 points in the computer-based “Test of English as a Foreign Language” (computer-based TOEFL), f) UNIcert, level III, g) C1 Certificate according to CEF (Common European Framework).

Para estudantes internacionais

BSc in agriculture, biology or related disciplines; the admission regulations for the master program "Agricultural Sciences" will be applied.

Cambridge English First with at least an A grade, Cambridge English Advanced with at least a C grade, Cambridge English Proficiency with at least “pass”, International English language Test System Academic with at least volume 6, “Test of English as a Foreign Language” internet-based test (TOEFL iBT) with at least 80 points, paper-based test (TOEFL PBT) with at least 550 points, “The Pearson Test of English Academic” (PTE Academic) with at least 60 points, UNI cert with at least level II or another proof according to the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages" (GeR) with at least level B2, Technical assessment or coursework after foreign stays of at least three months or University language courses in an English-speaking country corresponding to the level of the previous listed tests or a minimum of two years of study or work in a country where English is the official language.