The WBA European Brewery Study Tour module is more than just a brewing field trip, it is a learning experience like no other.
The study tour is designed to build on the knowledge students have previously gained in the advanced brewing modules towards developing a thorough understanding of how brewing science and technology is applied in real-world commercial brewing situations.
Over the span of two weeks, students will travel throughout Europe to get behind-the-scenes tours of breweries, equipment manufacturers, and product suppliers.
While fast-paced, the tour allows students time to absorb the beauty of Europe while learning from each location visited.
All students applying for a campus-based program, module or course must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age. The Master Brewer Program requires students to have a specific knowledge of brewing technologies and/or related sciences in order to be approved to enroll. This can be satisfied by:
a) Successfully passing the WBA Concise Course in Brewing Technology; OR
b) Successfully passing the online Assessment
To reserve a seat in any course, module or program, the required non-refundable Application Processing Fee (APF) must be paid within 5 (five) days after a student is accepted.
ONLINE: To qualify for “Regular Tuition” pricing, full payment must be received no later than 14-days in advance of the course, module or program start date.
CAMPUS: To qualify for “Regular Tuition” pricing, full payment must be received no later than 60-days in advance of the course, module or program start date.
“Late Tuition” will apply after these dates.
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