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BFH-HAFL teaches and conducts research in agricultural, forest and food sciences, and prepares MSc students for their professional future as methodologically competent and solution-oriented specialists and...
09.12.2020, 18:30-19:30 o'clock
First try it out, then do it: Which degree best suits you? And what’s everyday student life like? Register for your personal taster day and experience the degree programme of your choice up close.
– BFH-HAFL, Zollikofen
Are you interested in a master’s programme that will enable you to study a combination of food science and nutritional science and to develop your expertise along the entire value chain? Find out more about...
09.03.2021, 18:30-19:30 o'clock
Would you like to specialise in a particular field within the agricultural sector and hone your methodical and management skills with a master’s degree? Find out more about the MSc in Life Sciences –...
From 9 to 11 September nine BFH-HAFL students participated in the largest annual conference on tropical agriculture in central Europe, Tropentag. Their presentations ranged from coffee agroforestry systems...
Because of the coronavirus, there will be no colloquia or poster exhibition on-site in connection with this year’s graduation ceremonies at BFH-HAFL. Instead you will find the contributions online.
In her contribution to the Researcher Diaries series, Laura Kuonen, a BFH-HAFL Master’s Programme student, describes a day ploughing the field in Cochabamba, Bolivia in January 2019.
Ute Seeling became the new director of BFH-HAFL on 1 September 2020, a role she undertook with pride and pleasure: ‘The school enjoys a very good reputation in Switzerland and far beyond’.
The master’s programme at BFH-HAFL was launched in 2009. Much has happened since then. At the master’s symposium, experts, sector representatives and alumni reviewed what has been achieved, discussed current...