Note on the information on all legal aspects of studies (admission, examinations, completion,...): Only the information available on the websites of the study services is legally binding.
The master programme Horticultural Sciences is jointly offered by Life Science Universities within Europe, whereas each University focuses on a different specialisation within the area of Horticultural Sciences.
- University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) – AUSTRIA
- University of Bologna – ITALY
- Free University of Bozen-Bolzano - ITALY
- Technical University Munich (TUM) – GERMANY
- Humboldt University of Berlin - GERMANY
- Szent István University (former Corvinus University of Budapest) – HUNGARY
Students who intend to start this master programme at BOKU have to apply for the admission to the Master Programme directly at the BOKU Study services (more information under “How to apply”).
Students who come to BOKU for their compulsory stay abroad within this master programme have to apply for the admission to the master programme at the administrative coordinator in the Center for International Relations, BOKU (more information under “How to apply”).
On the following webpages you will find detailed information about the master programme and the attendant administrative issues.
NEW CURRICULUM from Wintersemester 2017/18
PLEASE NOTE: New curriculum 2017!
Students who started in the summer semester 2014 and earlier can finish their studies within the "old" curriculum until the 30th of November 2017. A voluntary transition to the new curriculum is possible. The "old"curriculum for download
Students who study in the master curriculum Horticultural Sciences (version October 1, 2016) can finish their studies within this curriculum until November 30, 2020. A voluntary transition to the new curriculum is possible.