Programme details

What will you learn?

tecnologia in agricoltura

The degree course in AgriTech Engineering mainly sees the collaboration of four different cultural areas: environmental engineering, ICT (Information & Communication Technologies), industrial engineering, and chemical engineering, which collaborate to guarantee the integration of knowledge and skills.


The course aims to train high-level professionals who have a systemic vision of the aspects related to the application of technologies to agricultural production. It offers solid training from a technological point of view. Still, it is completed with the necessary knowledge in the agronomic field, not excluding the necessary foundations related to a farm's safety, sustainability, and management. This requires a high level of multidisciplinarity in basic knowledge and the development of an aptitude for problem-setting, problem-solving, and planning in specialist subjects.


The qualifying educational objectives that characterize the degree in AgriTech Engineering are related to the following:

  • Security of agricultural production
  • Knowledge of AgriTech policies and regulations
  • Conservation and protection of water resources and environmental compartments
  • Technologies for Smart Agriculture and Agriculture 4.0
  • Environmental and chemical sciences and technologies
  • Technologies for sustainable and circular agricultural production
  • Automation and mechanics applied to agriculture
  • Intelligent systems based on IoT solutions
  • Technologies for monitoring natural phenomena

How will you learn it?


The degree course in AgriTech Engineering is taught entirely in English, and is divided into four semesters.

The first semester includes courses dedicated to obtaining the knowledge necessary for subsequent subjects, more specifically focused on AgriTech aspects.

In the second and third semesters, the courses are dedicated to acquiring knowledge in the fields of safety, agricultural production management policies, measurement and mapping of the physical and chemical parameters of soils at different scales, mechanics, and mechatronics applied to agriculture, development of technological solutions advanced for precision agriculture, management and protection of water resources, protection, reuse and valorization of agricultural production waste, harvesting.

The fourth semester is dedicated to the activity of the student's choice and to developing the thesis.


To achieve these objectives, particular importance will be given to internships and theses in public and private institutions, stimulating the initiatives that will be developed in collaboration with agricultural companies and organizations.

The programme is part of a highly structured international network of universities, research centers, and private and public entities, with the possibility of international exchanges.