Program Details

Countless things that we take for granted every day, such as medicines, cosmetics, paint – and, of course, food and drink – are produced by using chemical processes. The Process and Food Technology (PFT) programme will form you into one of the professiona
Location:
Den Haag, Netherlands
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Bachelor
Specialty:
Nutrition & Food Science

Program Overview

Program Description:
The programme involves a mix of classroom tuition, lectures, group activities, projects and lab work. You’ll look at seven different ‘themes’: Food products and processing Inorganic products Water treatment Organic products Responsible industrial operation (Food) polymer technology (Food/chemical) process technology Your lessons will give you the knowledge and skills you need to complete the projects in each term. You’ll study general subjects, like math, physics and chemistry – as well as learning how to use actual equipment, like reactors, heat exchangers and distillation towers. And you’ll also be trained in presentation, reporting and communication.

Countless things that we take for granted every day, such as medicines, cosmetics, paint – and, of course, food and drink – are produced by using chemical processes. The Process and Food Technology (PFT) programme will form you into one of the professionals that some of the world’s biggest multinational companies rely on to design, develop and monitor these processes.

We want you to interact as much as possible during your programme. We’ll engage you in a mix of classroom tuition, lectures, group activities and project work. But to get your degree, you will have to do more than sit in lectures taking notes – you’ll need to be an active learner. Hands-on assignments will gear you up to work with real companies.
Setting Description:
We offer a four-year programme, as well as a fast track three-year intensive course, in Process and Food Technology. Every year is divided into 2 semesters, and each semester into terms. You’ll be assessed at the end of each term in some way – by a test, report, project or presentation. You’ll be marked on how well you work as part of a group, too.
Cost:
The tuition fees for subsidized education are determined by the Dutch Ministry of Education. To (re-)enrol tuition fees should be transferred first. You can pay by bank in one or more instalments. If you are paying in more than one instalment administration costs will be charged.

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