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Food Hygiene Course in Brno
The Summer School of Food Hygiene at the Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology - Brno in the Czech Republic is an education programme in the field of food hygienics in the second largest city in the Czech Republic.
Brno's 4-week Summer School of Food Hygiene aims to provide students with final knowledge and practical skills on a high level complying with the requirements of high-quality veterinary control within European food safety. Areas of study within this food hygiene education programme include:
- animal welfare
- live fish handling
- measurement of healthy poultry meat's colour and texture
- food microbiology
Students enrolled in this Summer School of Food Hygiene are provided with comfortable accommodation in rooms with one other person, each having a toilet, shower, and small kitchen. With Brno's close proximity to major European capitals such as Vienna, Bratislava, and Prague, students not only receive a unique educational experience but can also take advantage of seeing Europe with ease.
Admission requirements for the Summer School of Food Hygiene at the Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology - Brno in the Czech Republic are:
- be eager to learn and to participate
- be a student of a veterinary faculty or a graduate-student of a doctoral study programme
Tuition & fees
The tuition fee for the Summer School of Food Hygiene at the Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology - Brno in the Czech Republic is 600 EUR for the period of 4 weeks including:
- Accommodation in the area of the university
- trips on the weekends
- transport to agriculture and food plants, slaughterhouse and dairy farm
Established in 1991, the Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology is a part of the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Science in Brno in the Czech Republic. The university itself was founded in 1918 and was the first university in...
Location & accommodation
Brno, Czech Republic
Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic, and has a population of approximately 400,000. Brno lies in the south-eastern region of the Czech Republic in central Europe at the meeting point of the Svitava and Svratka rivers. Brno offers students a wealth of historical sites to explore as well as a rich cultural heritage, dating back to its foundation in 1243. In addition, Brno is home to...