Master of Science in Aquaculture
The MSc Aquaculture calls upon the UGent and European aquaculture expertise to educate and train students and scholars from European and third countries in order to stimulate transfer of knowledge to and from Europe, nurturing in this way a sustainable development of aquaculture in these countries. We offer a long-standing worldwide reputation in the field of education and training in aquaculture.
Welcome to the infosession of all masters of the faculty:
Each spring there is a Graduation Fair. It consists of a job fair (with more than 200 different companies) and a Master Fair.
More info: https://afstudeerbeurs.gent/en/students/further-studies
Admission for students holding a Flemish degree
- Immediate Admission
- Bachelor in de bio-industriële wetenschappen
- Bachelor in de bio-ingenieurswetenschappen
- Bachelor in de biochemie en de biotechnologie
- Bachelor in de biologie
- Bachelor in de biomedische wetenschappen
- Bachelor in de biowetenschappen
- Bachelor in de diergeneeskunde
- Bachelor in de farmaceutische wetenschappen
- Bachelor in de industriële wetenschappen: milieukunde
Admission for Students holding a Non-Flemish Degree
Consult the programme website for specific academic and language requirements.
Information on admission requirements and the administrative procedure for admission on the basis of a diploma obtained abroad, can be found on the following page: www.ugent.be/prospect/en/administration/enrolment-or-registration.
Language requirements for this study programme differ from the required standard level for English taught study programmes as specified in the Ghent University Education and Examination Code:
English: TOEFL 550 (paper-based) - TOEFL 80 (internet-based) - IELTS: 6.5 (with minimum 6.0 for the writing component) - certificate CEF-B2 (issued by a European university language centre) - Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE)
- Prospective students who have a diploma (Secondary Education, Academic Bachelor Degree, Master Degree) issued by an institution officially recognized by the Flemish Government. Remark: this exemption does not count for application to Erasmus Mundus Programmes.
- Prospective students who are nationals from or have obtained a bachelor and/or master degree in a higher education institute with English as mode of instruction in USA, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland or Canada. In the latter case a certificate has to be submitted that states that English was the language of instruction.
Flexible trajectories refers to alternative ways of following our courses. It might mean that a course can be spread in time as to allow the combination of work and studying, or that students with special needs get the support they need to allow a succesful study career.
An international experience
Going abroad with Erasmus is wide-spread and well-known. But getting an international experience is possible in many different ways.