Applicants with a degree in subjects related to food science have the most adequate profile for the programme. This is why graduates in Pharmacy, Food Science and Technology, Veterinary Medicine, and Human Nutrition and Dietetics rank first on the list, but those with a degree in Medicine and Surgery, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Environmental Science also have a sound basis to make the most of the masters, as their university studies are largely based on experimental techniques. Finally, it is also addressed to students from other scientific degrees (Sea Science) or with a technical background (Chemical Engineering, Agricultural Engineering) whose scientific and/or professional profile can be enhanced by the masters course.