Structural changes in the agricultural sector have created a healthy demand for economists with in-depth knowledge of business administration and economics in tha agricultural field. Economists within this skills are finding employment in the private and public sectors; potential employers include banks, financial institutions, advisory services, agricultural cooperatives, support and lobby organisations and authorities. Some of our students also become self-employed, either as consultants or in their own agricultural business. Graduated students are also well equipped to apply to a
Equivalent to Bachelor's degree of 180 Credits including 90 Credits in one of the following subjects:
- Business Administration
5 Credits in Mathematics, 5 Credits in Statistics.
Knowledge equivalent to English B from upper secondary school.