Sustainable Agricultural System

The degree course in Sustainable Agricultural System trains technicians able to create productive sustainable and efficient solutions which also focus on the improvement of resource (land, water, air and energy) management practices. These technicians will be professionals prepared in the use of advanced technologies and methods of sustainable management of production.

Course activated in collaboration with Lombardy Region and the co-financing and sponsorship of the Brescia Chamber of Commerce.

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Bachelor's Degree

Type of programme

Bachelor's Degree

Free access course, TOLC-AV test

Type of admission

Free access course, TOLC-AV test

Italian

Language

Italian

Brescia

University site

Brescia

Department of Civil, Environmental, Architectural Engineering and Mathematics

Department

Department of Civil, Environmental, Architectural Engineering and Mathematics

L-25 Agriculture and Forestry

Degree identification category

L-25 Agriculture and Forestry

Study Plan

The First Cycle degree course in Sustainable Agricultural System lasts 3 years and sets out the acquisition of 180 university credits. 

Notices

The call for Erasmus+ mobility for study for the academic year 2024-25 has been published.

It will be possible to apply from 12.00pm on January the 15th, 2024, to 11.59pm on January the 31st, 2024.

Student Advisory Service

Student representatives

Degree programme committees

COURSE TEACHING REGULATIONS

The teaching regulations specify the organisational aspects of the course, according to the corresponding system, respecting the freedom of teaching and the rights-duties of professors/lecturers and students.

CENTRE AND CONTACTS

For information on enrolments, fees, transfers, certificates and career
UOCC Segreterie Studenti (Student Administration)
Via S. Faustino 74/B, 25121 Brescia 

For information on educational activities
Servizi didattici (Educational Services)
UOC Servizi didattici ingegneria (Engineering Educational Services)
Via Branze 38, 25123 Brescia

 

Call Center 800 66 34 23

Contact the Student Administration offices

Last updated on: 06/14/2024