Careers and stakeholders

Graduates from the master’s degree programme can pursue careers in the following sectors:

  • freelance work, upon successful completion of the State examination and registration with the Register of Professional Qualified Agronomists and Foresters;
  • state or regional research bodies responsible for the qualitative improvement of agricultural cultivations and their protection;
  • farm management, particularly in relation to the drafting of production regulations;
  • regional or provincial agricultural inspectorates;
  • regional plant health services, as inspectors of goods in transit and nurseries, or as officials in charge of the drafting of disease prevention regulations;
  • industries that produce technical agricultural equipment (seeds, fertilisers, plant protection products), in research positions or in the provision of consultancy services to operators;
  • large-scale distribution, in the management of agricultural plant productions and product quality control;
  • the planning, management and protection of green areas for ornamental, recreational and sport uses;
  • the development and organisation of technical assistance services;
  • rural development projects, also at an international level, which require a combination of skills in relation to production, managerial, environmental development and agricultural sustainability processes.
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Stakeholders

Il corso dialoga con il territorio attraverso consultazione con le organizzazioni professionali, produttive e di servizio - a livello locale, nazionale e internazionale.