Many of the study programs offered at School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan address issues of global importance, have a long tradition and history - German forestry is considered the cradle of sustainability- and exhibit a high level of interdisciplinarity.
In the last few years, we have established four study programs taught exclusively in English:
- Horticultural Sciences
- Life Science Economics and Policy
- Nutrition and Biomedicine
- Sustainable Resource Management
The master program Horticultural Science has twice received the European Union’s Erasmus Mundus award, in 2008 and 2013. This honor is awarded for international master’s degree programs which raise the quality of European university education and promote intercultural exchange.
The international studies are coordinated and supervised by special coordinators. For all other master programs, please contact the academic coordinator to find out if a sufficient portfolio of modules/lectures is available in English to allow a degree study.
The master program Renewable Resources is offered in co-operation with the Universität für Bodenkultur Wien (BoKu). There is a double degree agreement between the universities.
Agricultural /Horticultural Sciences
Prof. Ph.D. Luisa Menapace (luisa.menapace[at]tum.de)
Dr. Markus Gütlich (guetlich[at]tum.de)
Brewing and Food Technology
Prof. Ludwig Niessen (ludwig.niessen[at]wzw.tum.de)
Dr. Kai Hartwig (kai.hartwig[at]tum.de)
Forestry and Resource Management
Dr. Martin Döllerer/Dr. Thomas Schneider (international[at]forst.wzw.tum.de)
Landscape Architecture and Planning
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Printz (aprintz[at]wzw.tum.de)