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Programme Master in Management
Academic Year Academic Year 2020/2021
Module/course Code BX68
Delivery location Torino
Language English
Course type Elective courses 15h
Contact hours 15
ECTS M1 before 2020 2
ECTS M1 from 2020 2.5
Semester Spring
Module name Agri-food-tech


Module/course Summary

Module/course Summary

Understanding the AgriFoodTech global ecosystem

●     Overview of the challenges of the food system & defining what AgriFoodTech is about

●     Definition of the AgriFoodTech sector and deep diving into key macro categories and technology

●     Presentation of selected startup and scaleup companies for each different ‘category’ of the AgriFoodtech sector

●     Present the ecosystem in numbers: making sense of ecosystem players (eg. startups, accelerators/incubators, investors)

●     Latest investment trends in the space

●     Foresight and speculations on how the ecosystem will evolve



Overview of the challenges of the food system & defining what AgriFoodTech is about?

Assurance of learning
This specialization participates in the achievement of the following programme objectives (Assurance of Learning):

Learning Goals (LG)

LG1 [skills]: manifest critical and creative thinking
LG2 [knowledge]: show ability of evidence-based knowledge application
LG4 [values/attitude]: approach business problems with a social, societal, ethical and critical mind-set

Learning Objectives (LO)

LO1: To demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of organizations in the F&B sector, the external context in which they operate and how they are managed
LO2: To apply knowledge of business and general management to complex issues and situations in the F&B industry, both systematically and creatively
LO3: To have the ability to work in a multicultural and evolving environment related to the F&B
LO4: To formulate a problem, analyse a situation and draw evidence-based conclusions in the F&B area.