Geisenheim Degree Courses

Bachelor degrees


Viticulture & Enology:
6-semester Bachelor degree.
(Language of Instruction: German)

Beverage Technology: 6-semester Bachelor degree.
(Language of Instruction: German)

International Wine Business: 6-semester Bachelor degree focusing on international wine marketing and economic aspects of viticulture.
(Language of Instruction: German)

International Wine Business: 6-semester Bachelor degree focusing on international wine marketing and economic aspects of viticulture.
(Language of Instruction: English)

Landscape Architecture: 7-semester Bachelor degree with an integrated practical semester. (Language of Instruction: German)

Horticulture: 7-semester Bachelor degree with an integrated practical semester. (Language of Instruction: German)

Master degrees


Enology, Wine Business and Beverage Technology:
Master degree courses leading to an MSc and the possibility of continuing with PhD Research. The Master programs are over 4 semesters, and are run in cooperation with the University of Giessen.
(Language of Instruction: German)

Vinifera Euromaster: Internationally oriented 4-semester Master degree course which is followed in various European countries leading to an MSc. (Language of Instruction: English)

Vitis Vinum:
Master in Viticulture & Enology (TUG Consortium) for students of the "Consorzio delle Università di Torino (institutional coordinator), Milano, Palermo, Foggia, Sassari" or the "Consorzio delle Università di Udine (institutional coordinator), Padova e Verona" and Geisenheim University. (Language of Instruction: English)

Environmental Management and Urban Planning: 4-semester MEng course offered as a continuation of the Landscape Architecture degree course, in cooperation with the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the Universities of Applied Sciences, RheinMain and Frankfurt. (Language of Instruction: German)

Landscape Architecture: 4-semester MSc course offered as a continuation of the Landscape Architecture degree course. (Language of Instruction: German)

Horticultural Science: 3-semester MSc course incorporating a research semester, and offering the possibility of continuing with PhD Research. (Language of Instruction: German)