Partners of the Study Program Division Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences

The Study Program Divison of Agricultural and Horticultural Science has strong ties to various institutions and organisations (list in alphabetical order).

Agrarwissenschaftszentrum Weihenstephan (in German)

Cooperation in teaching and research between the Technical University Munich, the University of Applied Science Weihenstephan-Triesdorf and the Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture.

 Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture

Cooperation partner in teaching and research.

 Competence Center for Nutrition

Partner in research.

 Horticultural Science - partners in study course

The study course Horticultural Science is supported by a network of five universities; besides TU Munich these are:

Universität für Bodenkultur Wien

Universitá di Bologna

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

Szent István Universität Budapest

Freie Universität Bozen

 Max-Schönleutner-Gesellschaft Weihenstephan (in German)

The organisation supports all agricultural and horticultural institutions in Weihenstephan and "provides a plattform for information exchange between research and teaching, students and professional practice".

 Student Council Agricultural and Horticultural Science

Represents all students in study courses of the study program division.

Within the student council, active members take part in e.g. commissions of the study program divisons regarding financial matters and in various committees representing students on university policy level, but also in joint projects like parties and the welcome event for all freshmans.

 Vereingung Weihenstephaner Universitätsabsolventen

Organisation of alumnis of our study program divison. The goal is to build and strenghten the contact between students and graduates. Right now, Vereinigung Weihenstephaner Universitätsabsolventen has no online prescence.

 World Agricultural Systems Center - Hans Eisenmann-Forum for Agricultural Sciences

Faculty overlapping institute to "further develop the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary character of agricultural sciences at the Weihenstephan site."


 Note: This list does not claim completeness of contents and is regularly updated.