Estonian University of Life Sciences Agri-Food Business Management Study Programme is Expecting Candidates


Agri-Food BM programmeSince 1 September 2020, it is possible to apply for Baltic MA programme “Agri-Food Business Management”. Application period for EU candidates via DreamApply student admission software lasts until 31 October 2020. Study process is to start in January 2021.

Agri-Food Business Management is a unique study programme. During two years, the students will have a chance to study in three Baltic universities - Estonian University of Life SciencesLatvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, and Vytautas Magnus University in Lithuania.

During the first term in Estonia, the students will acquire knowledge in economics and leadership. During the second term in Lithuania, finance and strategy will be taught, and during the third term in Latvia, the focus will be on marketing and operation of supply chain. The final fourth term will be also held in Estonia, and students will concentrate on writing their MA thesis.

Current participants of the study programme highly evaluate the equilibrium between theoretical knowledge and practical assignments, as well as opportunity to visit agricultural and food companies that helps create links between knowledge acquired in the classroom and real work of the sector. Students are happy with the organisation of the programme and valuable experience they get by studying in three Baltic countries.

All international students of Estonian University of Life Sciences are guaranteed accommodation in our university dormitory. Additionally, monthly living expenses in Estonia are relatively low, compared to other countries, and for most of our students remain with 200–500 euro range. According to International Student Barometer (2019), our international students feel welcomed (92%) and safe (97%).

More information about the programme held in three Baltic universities can be found at

Watch the video introducing the programme at


Liis Mulk
Department of Academic Affairs