Can you safely send avocados on a trip around the world?

Holy guacemole challenge

How do we ensure that there is sufficient and healthy food for everyone on this planet, now and in the future? The solution to this challenging question lies in international enterprise with respect for people and the environment. That is exactly what the Bachelor programme International Food & Agribusiness is about. Are you curious about other cultures? Are you motivated, creative and pragmatic? Then this English-taught study programme will be perfect for you!

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About the study programme

“Being a mediator, thinking in circles, such as the biobased economy” this is why Katerina from Germany feels at home on this study programme. ''We’re trained to become allrounders'', says Mick from the Netherlands enthusiastically. He explains why this is the study programme for the future. He’s pleased with the small groups and the good discussions.

More about the programme

Lecture, internship, minor, project


The First year of International Food & Agribusiness is an orientation year. All subjects are taught in English. Examples of subjects are Global Food Systems, Animal Production, Biobased Economy and Agrifood Business. At the end of your first year you will go on an orientation internship.


The study programme in numbers

Facts & Figures

How many first-year students start this study programme? What do current students think of the study programme? How many contact hours do you have in the first year? And how long does it take for graduates in International Food & Agribusiness to find a job? The answers to these questions can be found in Facts & Figures!

Facts & Figures

Being prepared

Admission requirements

Which secondary school profile do you need for this study programme? And which extra subjects? What are the other admission requirements? Read which admission requirements apply to this study programme carefully.

Admission requirements

Ready for the future!

After graduating

Which jobs does the study programme train you for? What type of positions do International Food & Agribusiness graduates get? What are the possibilities for post-graduate study?

Job prospects  Post-graduate study

Visit an open day or orientation day

Experience International Food & Agribusiness

Open day

3 February 2018

Orientation day

22 February 2018

Open evening

4 April 2018

Orientation day

19 April 2018

Experiences from experts

Student stories

"I chose HAS because it feels like an international family"


Student International Food & Agribusiness


Read the story of Talash

"I chose HAS because everything you learn is relevant"


Student international Food & Agribusiness


Read the story of Freek

For all your questions


Esther van Lieshout

Esther van Lieshout

Student adviser +31 88 - 890 33 99
Nina van den Heuvel

Nina van den Heuvel

Assistant +31 88 - 890 31 35