Core modules such as Biochemistry in Plant Production or Technology and Microbiology in Enology are the key features of the academic education of master’s students on the Enology degree program. Students can set their own individual accents through their choice of profile modules, which could be anything from Wines of the World and Organic Viniculture to Distribution and Logistics for Wine and Special Enology. The students are thus comprehensively qualified for management and leadership roles in production, quality management, sales and human resource management in companies within the wine and beverage industry.
This degree program is taught in German. For further information about the program, please go to the German pages. An overview of our English language degree programs can be found here.
|Academic degree||Master of Science (M.Sc.)|
|Standard study period||4 semesters|
|Study locations||Gießen, Geisenheim|
|Start||winter semester (recommended) or summer semester|
|Admission requirement||B.Sc. Beverage Technology or Viticulture & Enology; other qualifications which provide the neccessary prior knowledge may be considered on an individual basis|
|Degree program advice||Dr. Christian von Wallbrunn|
|Application||at JLU Gießen: JLU Gießen's general application deadlines are July 15 (winter semester entry) and January 15 (summer semester entry).|