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Weihenstephan

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The interdisciplinary connections amongst all the Life Sciences departments on the Weihenstephan Campus enable the exploration of the entire life cycle of foodstuffs and raw materials. Researches at Weihenstephan examine the value creation chain from genetic and biological fundamentals, through production and processing to consumption. The close networking of the research disciplines is the trump card of the Center of Life and Food Sciences Weihenstephan.


WeihenstephanTechnische Universität M
ünchen 

(Technical University of Munich, TU-B)

TUM School of Life Sciences Weihenstephan

Study Program Division Brewing & Food Technology
Weihenstephaner Steig 22
85354 Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany
T: +49 (0) 8161 712495

E: support@studienfakultaet.de/
W: http://studienfakultaet.de/ 

Chair: Prof. Dr. Horst-Christian Langowski
Dipl.-Ing (FH) Manulea Stöberl M.Sc. 
Daniela Pothmann M.Sc.
Dr. Verena Schüller
Roman Werner M.Sc.

School established: 1865 (Foundation of the Faculty for Brewing Science)

Courses offered:

• Brewing and Beverage Technology (Bachelor/Master of Science)

• Technology and Biotechnology of Food (Bachelor/Master of Science)

• Diplom-Braumeister (Diploma Brew Master)

• Bioprocess Engineering (Bachelor of Science)
• Pharmaceutical Process Engineering (Master of Science) 


Number of students: 1,200 total (across all courses)
Where are students from: Germany and international
Language of instruction: German

Facilities: Pilot plants in brewing, food processing, bioprocess engineering and microbiology

Details updated: 6th September 2017