Indian Institute of Packaging was born in 1985 and is currently the second institute in the world, after the USA, for the number of students enrolled in its packaging courses. It offers a 2-year master’s degree, a short course and a post graduate degree.
In the 1980s, the University of Lund realized that it was necessary to invest in education and research in the packaging area. For this reason, an additional chair has been established. Today the university offers various degrees, courses and masters in the field of packaging.
Clemson University’s Packaging Sciences program is one of a kind in the United States, as it blends diverse fields of biology, chemistry and physics with design, technological engineering and the study of various distribution and transportation technologies.
The Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation supports the second edition of the Master in Eco Packaging Design-Systemic Innovation Design, a one-year multidisciplinary training course aimed at creating specific sectoral skills in designers of materials, structures, containers and packaging systems aimed at impacts prevention and reduction.