EIT Food Education Programmes at Queen's

From Waste to Worth


This EIT Food funded education programme is open to students from each of the four contributing institutions.  Queen's University Belfast jointly with the University of Madrid, University of Hohenheim and CSIC will choose 5 students each (20 in total) to participate in the programme.

Successful applicants will attend a kick off meeting in Hohenheim on 11 and 12 April where they will begin their journey of finding creative solutions for a new kind of waste management.  Together in their international teams, students will work together to create a waste database prototype.

If you are an MSci, MSc or 1st year PhD student with an interest in food science, leadership or business management in the food sector, please see flyer below for further information. Applications should be sent to qub.eitfoodeducation@qub.ac.uk

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Global Food Venture Programme 2019

Calling all PhD Students! The application phase for this year's EIT Food Global Food Venture Programme is now open.

“The flagship Global Food Venture programme is EIT Food’s dedicated offering for doctoral students working on challenges in the food sector in Europe. The Global Food Venture Programme enables highly qualified PhD students from across Europe to turn their innovative research into successful business propositions.” Please see the newsletter below for further information. Deadline is 15 April 2019.

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Click here if you would like to find out more about last year's GFV programme

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