Wageningen University

About the agreement
The agreement covers various areas within Life Sciences (for example, landscape architecture, town- and regional planning, plant science, water and environment, agroecology, animal science, food science, biotechnology, biology, development studies, international relations, aqua culture, ecology. An overview of the courses can be found here.

It is also possible to apply to various course packages (from the third year of a bachelor’s degree. An overview of these packages (minors) can be found here.

Who can apply
To apply for Erasmus exchange to Wageningen, it is necessary to have attained a minimum of 120 ECTS.

Students of landscape architecture must also attach a portfolio to their application (PDF, 10 A4 pages).

Number of study places
 40 semester places (it is also possible to aplly for a full year) 

Language of teaching
All courses offered as third year bachelor courses, plus all master’s level courses are given in English. Courses on the first and second years of bachelor degrees are taught in Dutch.

Semester timing
Autumn semester: end of August - January.

Spring semester: January/February - June.

Tuition Fees
Erasmus students must continue to pay for NMBU’s semester fees, plus register with NMBU whilst they are on exchange. However, it is not necessary to pay any types of fee at the partner university.

Example courses students have taken previously


MST-55306 Principles of Entrepreneurship

BEC-52306 Financial and Business Management

BEC-51806 Agricultural Business Economics

MST-24306 Management and Marketing

AEW-22806 Marine Systems

AFI-31306 Life History of Aquatic Organisms

AFI-31806 Aquaculture Production Systems

YEI-31306 Trends in Aquaculture

AFI-32806 Marine Resources Management

AFI-20306 Aquaculture and Fisheries

AFI-32306 Nutrition, Welfare and Reproduction in Aquaculture

Life History of Aquatic Organisms


Basics in Food Technology

Milk in Dairy Chain


ENP-31806 Globalization and Sustainability of Food Production and Consumption

PPS-30806 Analysing Sustainability of Farming Systems

SDC-33306 Methodology for Field Research in the Social Sciences

FSE-30306 Analysis and Design of Organic Farming Systems

CSA-32806 Functional Diversity for Sustainable Crop Production

SBL-21806 Soil Quality

SBL-31806 Nutrient Management

SBL-50806 Agrobiodiversity

ELS-32806 Teaching, Learning and Capacity Building for Sustainable Development

FSE-32306 Methodologies for Reading Sustainable Foodscapes

FSE-21806 Introduction to Organic Production Systems

FSE-50306 Ecological Design and Permaculture


REG-31806 Ecological methods I

REG-31306 Trends in forest and nature conservation

FEM-22803 Agroforestry

REG-32806 Wildlife resource management

FEM-31806 Models for Ecological Systems


LAW-22306 Global and EU Environmental Law & Policy

DEC-32306 International Trade and Development Policy

PAP-21306 International Policies and Institutions

SCH-21306 Demography and Global Population Issues


AEW-31306 Water Quality

TOX-30806 Environmental Toxicology

SOC-21306 Soil Pollution and Soil Protection

SLM-21306 Subsurface Solute Transport

HWM-21806 Hydraulics and Hydrometry

REG-20306 Climate Change Ecology

PEN-10503 Ecology I

AEW-20706 Practical Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality


MAT-20306 Advanced Statistics

ENT-30306 Ecological Aspects of Bio-Interactions

PHP-30806 Molecular Aspects of Bio-Interactions

NEM-30306 Host-Parasite Interactions

ENT-30806 Fundamental and Applied Aspects of the Biology of Insects

SOQ-51306 The Living Soil

SBL-31806 Nutrient Management

SBL-21806 Soil Quality

FSE-31806 Agroecology





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Published 5. August 2014 - 12:38 - Updated 24. January 2022 - 9:11