International Poultry Management

International Poultry Management

5 months
Education type
Exchange programme
Field of interest
Field of interest
Animal sciences
Field of interest

The study programme

Like many agricultural businesses, poultry farms have grown considerably. They have turned into fully-fledged companies that often operate on an international scale. This means they are managed on the basis of cost effectiveness and profitability. At the same time, they have to take into account globalization, cultural differences, animal welfare standards, disease, environmental change and legislation. Our exchange programme in International Poultry Management provides you with an international learning experience and the opportunity to add value to your undergraduate programme. It is part of a bachelor’s degree programme with the same name and teaches you all there is to know about managing and developing poultry farms, either as an owner, a manager or an advisor.

Admission requirements

This is how you get admitted

  • Do you have any questions about admission?

    Please contact our International Office by sending an email to

Practical matters

What you need to know...

  • Application
    • Programme duration: 1 September –31 January
    • Application is open as of 1 October
    • Application deadline: 1 May

    The International Office will inform you via email about the application procedure as soon as your home university or university of applied sciences has informed us that you have been nominated for an exchange programme.

  • Fees and funding

    When you're going to study abroad, it's good to know what to expect finanicially. Here you can find information about tuition fees and other (study) costs.

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A student’s perspective

Students chicken
Student with eggs
Students from Aeres University of Applied Sciences with layig hens at poultry farm Aeres Farms
Programme content

This is what you will learn

This programme is made up of 2 modules of 13 ECTS each. Both modules involve practical training in the form of research that you carry out for a poultry farmer. This concludes with you presenting a report with your findings and a proposal for improvements in an advisory meeting with the farmer.