Why study at MATE?

Numerous disciplines

The experts of tomorrow should seek a tri-fold balance ‒ viable environment, living landscape and healthy food ‒ to achieve sustainability and quality in the fields of agricultural production. Our degree programs are offered in a wide variety of subjects ranging from agricultural, environmental and food sciences, horticulture, viticulture, oenology, water and renewable energy management, landscape architecture and mechanical engineering to rural development, economics and social sciences. Programmes are available at all level from bachelor to PhD.

MATE's long tradition of research and innovation lays the foundation for the high level of educational and institutional excellence. Over 450 members of the university's staff hold academic degrees of PhD or higher.

International relations

MATE understands the importance of internationalization and promotes a variety of international activities. With partners on almost every continent (over 250 active bilateral agreements with partner universities in nearly 60 countries), MATE students and staff can operate on a global scale to gain and share the essential knowledge for success in the globalized world. We see this as the cornerstone for a more secure future and are proud to be a vital part of it.

Strategic areas

Teaching and research of food source production • Food quality and safety • Water as strategic resource • Protection and sustainability of nature and environment • Energy security • Architecture in agricultural sector