The curriculum of the undergraduate program in Food Technology covers 8 semesters of studies. It includes theoretical courses (lecturing and tutoring in problem solving) and practicals (laboratory work).  Students are also required to complete a Diploma Thesis and a 6-month Internship in food production industries, quality control labs, research institutes or food-related public agencies.  It is possible to carry out the work related to the Diploma Thesis and/or the Internship in academic or industrial institutions of the European Union within the framework of a European or other student-exchange  program (e.g. Erasmus+).