Master’s students in the Organic Agriculture master’s programme are dissatisfied with the content of their programme. Last Tuesday they presented a letter to the Rector, Professor Martin Kropff, in which they demand that the programme be revised. Kropff promised to look into the matter.
Tuesday 7 March they presented their letter to the Rector. Simon Vink, spokesman for the Executive Board: ‘The students presented the letter and talked to the Rector. The Rector acknowledged the letter and promised that he would look into the matter.’ The students were satisfied with the outcome of the meeting with the Rector and did not want to comment further.
At the beginning of February the Executive Board announced that it had decided to stop the BSc degree in Organic Production Science because of lack of interest. The MSc in Organic Agriculture will continue for the present. / JH