The Master's program (level II) in Bioeconomy in Circular Economy (Biocirce), offers a broad training program for professionals interested in working within the bio-based goods and services industry using biological resources and bio-based processes. technological. The program allows professionals to deepen all aspects related to the production and marketing of bio-based products, using the latest technologies.

Students study the entire value chain of bio-based products: the production of raw materials in agricultural ecosystems in different climatic regions, the properties and logistics of supplying biological resources, the biotechnological and industrial processes used to convert these resources into (new) bio-based products, and the marketing and consumption of final products. The study of the entire value chain of bio-based products gives professionals the opportunity to address the environmental, social and economic dimensions of the bioeconomy from a micro and macro level perspective, including innovation, institutions and policies.

Why Biocirce?

Biocirce graduates will excel in strategic thinking on how to find solutions to practical issues related to innovation and business strategy, policy and regulation, collaborative R&D models, governance and intellectual property.

Basic science knowledge is no longer sufficient to build a successful career in the growing bioeconomy industry. This sector has a strong demand for trained professionals, and the Biocirce master's degree provides the tools and knowledge needed to succeed in the public, private and non-profit sectors with a high degree of competence in life science innovation.

The Biocirce program allows graduates to be more competitive and to pursue international career paths in a wide range of organizations related to the world of industrial multinationals, small and medium-sized enterprises, national and international public administrations, think tanks and commercial institutions international.

Transferable skills in areas such as communication and research will give graduates added value in the relevant job market, whatever career they decide to pursue in the future.

Guests

The program welcomes students from all different backgrounds:

  • Graduate scientists who want to pursue a career outside the laboratory
  • Social scientists and economic studies students who want to develop their interests in life science innovation
  • People who already work in fields related to biotechnology and who wish to engage further

The master's program is designed for two groups of students who are professionals with a scientific or legal / economic background.