How to apply
Currently you can choose the following universities as home university:
- University of Natural Resources and Live Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)
- University of Hohenheim and
- Aarhus University
Application at BOKU as home university:
Please check the general BOKU admission regulations and procedure, but be aware that the EUR-Organic has special application deadlines:
- Applicants with a relevant Bachelor degree from an Austrian university
(information available in German only)
- Applicants with a relevant Bachelor degree from a Non-Austrian university
Special EUR-Organic application deadline:
- Non-EU students: 15 March for the upcoming winter term
- EU-students: 1 June for the upcoming winter term
If you have not completed your bachelor studies by the deadline, please submit all other required documents and provide additional information, when you plan to graduate. You can submit the documents at first by e-mail, but please be aware that you will have to submit all original documents or certified copies later to get the admission letter from BOKU.
The Center for International Relations at BOKU highly recommends that you then submit all missing documents at latest by 15 August - otherwise we can not guarantee the admission for the respective semester and you will not be able to start the programme in winter semester.
Pre-test for BOKU Admission
Graduates of Bachelor degrees completed at a recognised domestic or foreign higher education institution who want to apply for the master "AgroEco-Organic" or the double degree master "EUR-Organic" have to demonstrate knowledge in natural and social sciences as well as engineering to be admitted at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU).
For admission to the master programme you have to demonstrate basic knowledge of at least 20 ECTS credits in each of the following areas:
- Area I: Natural sciences
- Area II: Agricultural production techniques
- Area III: Social sciences, economics and law
If you fail to fulfil these requirements, you will be admitted at BOKU with the respective conditions up to 30 ECTS in addition to your regular study programme.
In case the conditions surpass 30 ECTS, you may not be admitted.
In addition, applicants have to prove their English language proficiency at B2 level (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
Do a self-evaluation to find out if you are eligible for admission based on the courses you passed during your bachelor/master studies!
After you recognised that you are eligible, you can officially apply for admission. The programme coordinator will give an official statement on your application, the final decision about your admission will be taken by BOKU's rectorate.
Please check the EUR-organic website to find more information on the application criteria and procedures at the other home universities.