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                      Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW)

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Consumer Affairs is a rising field in research and higher education worldwide. It centres on consumers in their economic, social and ecological environment. Notably, the demand from corporate and governmental sectors, as well as consumer organisations, for higher education graduates in the field of Consumer Affairs is already very high.

The objective of the new programme, supported by the European Commission, is to increase the inflow of highly educated and qualified employees in the field of Consumer Affairs. For this reason, the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (Poland), in collaboration with the Technische Universität München (Germany), the Aarhus University (Denmark), and the Wageningen University (The Netherlands), will offer courses in Consumer Affairs. The language of instruction will be English.  In addition, students will be encouraged to spend a semester at a partner university on an exchange programme, provided with a generous grant and the possibility to graduate with a double degree within four semesters.

EURECA is a master’s programme for students who have at least a bachelor’s degree in socioeconomics (e.g. business administration, economics or sociology), or in science or engineering with a Consumer Affairs orientation.

Career Opportunities

Once they graduate, the students will have the qualifications of academically trained consumer experts, particularly in the fields of their specialisations. They will be able to gain employment with a wide variety of employers, including companies and their unions, government agencies, consumer associations, research institutes and consultancy agencies. Completing the EURECA course, students ensure for themselves the best chances of being recruited by Europe- and internationally oriented companies or institutions, especially after participating in an exchange programme or graduating with a double degree.


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