The Agricultural Engineering sector, still little known in Italy, is in constant evolution to satisfy the many requests we have been receiving from producers and end-users.

This branch of engineering has allowed the development and evolution of the many agricultural machines that today operate in agricultural and urban environments, allowing a significant improvement in the working conditions of farmers and a reduction in the time needed to carry out the various operations.

The Professional Master's programme in International Agricultural Engineering was born from the collaboration between the following European universities: Institute of Technology in Tralee (IR),  Institut Universitaire de Technologie de Chalon-sur Saône, Vesoul AgroCampus, AgroSup Dijon (FR) and Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna (IT). The aim of this degree is to train young graduates from the academic fields of engineering and agriculture with a strong desire to make a significant contribution to the development of the agricultural machines of the future.

All this is possible thanks to a team of highly qualified professors who have developed this course in such a way as to provide students with the knowledge to bring innovation and ideas to the field of agricultural mechanization, bringing it into the era of agriculture 4.0.

The Master, taught in English, is structured in three study cycles of three months each and a final internship, for a total of 12 months.