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Overview

Food chemistry is a chemical discipline that is committed to consumer protection and contributes to the safe handling of food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and other consumer goods. In addition to food inspection and control, the subject also deals with feed safety and issues of nutrition and health.

In the bachelor's degree, you acquire the basics of mathematics, physics and chemistry as well as a modern and broad-based basic education in food chemistry, which includes the interfaces between chemistry and the life sciences. Practical exercises in the laboratory also make a significant contribution to methodological and problem-solving skills, especially in the area of ??analytical investigations.

The study of food chemistry is offered by the University of Stuttgart in cooperation with the University of Hohenheim. The application is made via the University of Stuttgart.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  1. The sum of the points achieved in the Abitur certificate is divided. For high school diplomas with a maximum number of points to be achieved of 900 points, divide by 30, for high school diplomas with a maximum number of points to be achieved of 840 points, divide by 28 (max. 30 points).
  2. The mean value of the points achieved in chemistry or biology (in this order) in upper secondary school (max. 15 points).

Other selection criteria  (maximum 5 points):

  • Completed professional training in a mathematical, scientific or technical training occupation or previous professional practice relevant to the course (even without completed training) (see Appendix 1 of the admission statutes),
  • practical activities,
  • extracurricular achievements, e.g. prizes and awards.

Selection:
The scores from the school and other criteria are added up (max. 50 points). A ranking list is created on the basis of the number of points determined in this way.

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

Food chemists work in government agencies and offices, in analytical laboratories in trade, technology and industry, at universities and as self-employed. The spectrum of fields of activity ranges from food, cosmetics, luxury food and consumer goods control, development and research to diverse tasks in environmental protection. There are also fields of activity in analytical laboratories in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Further job descriptions and job information can be found in the BERUFENET database of the Federal Employment Agency:


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