Master in Food Systems

Master in Food Systems

Students achieve learning outcomes in the area of ​​knowledge, skills and competences resulting in the following graduate profile:


As to acquired knowledge, the graduate:


1. has in-depth knowledge of the nature of the discipline of "management and quality sciences" and its place in the social sciences system and its objective and methodological connections with other scientific disciplines, including the discipline of food and nutrition technologies;

2. learns and understand the terminology and methodology of research in the discipline of “management and quality sciences” as well as in the discipline of food and nutrition technologies;

3. knows and understands the fundamental dilemmas of modern civilization related to the food system, including management of innovations and new technologies, marketing as well as production and consumption;

4. knows the procedures and practices of effective food system organizations’ management.


In the field of skills, the graduate:


1. can use the theory of discipline in management and quality sciences, food and nutrition technologies and complementary sciences to recognize, diagnose and solve problems related to key functions in organization in food systems;

2. can  correctly interpret social, political, legal and economic phenomena and their impact on the functioning of food system organisations and the entire economy;

3. can independently and collectively prepare analyzes, diagnoses and reports on complex and unusual problems;

4. has an in-depth ability to prepare oral presentations and conduct debates with the use of basic theoretical approaches and various sources;

5. speaks a foreign language at B2 + level and  uses specialist terminology in written and oral presentations;

6. has the ability to interact, work and lead in a group;

7. understands the need to supplement and expand the acquired knowledge and skills.


As to social competences, the graduate:


1. is able to critically assess complex situations and phenomena related to the functioning of  organizations, sector and the entire economy;

2. can think and act in an entrepreneurial way on a global scale;

3. shows sensitivity to ethical, social and cultural differences and is ready to develop industry ethical standards.


Potential job vacancies for graduates:


Our graduates can apply for a job in the following areas: marketing, production management and logistics, processes optimisation for production and logistics, new products developers, analysts of the broadly understood agri-food sector, consultants and advisers, specialists in food quality assurance and in food security management. The MFS promotes entrepreneurship and self-employment by enhancing start-ups development.

EFMD Global
Uniwersytet Warszawski
HR Excellence in Research
Eduniversal ranking
Ministerstwo Nauki
Polska Komisja Akredytacyjna

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