Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Base yourself in Australia's agricultural hub and be alongside world-class researchers, primary producers and agribusiness leaders, discovering the economic, policy, environmental and social issues affecting agribusinesses and global food systems. This degree will help you develop the conceptual and practical skills necessary for management decision-making, marketing, finance, policy analysis and problem-solving in an ever-expanding and increasingly complex global food and agricultural marketplace. Whether you are interested in the public or private sector, the program opens up a wide number of possible career paths, including government departments, research centres, international funding agencies, food retailers, financial agencies, agricultural consultancy services, and non-government organisations.
- To complement the fundamental competencies developed through the degree's six core courses, you will have the opportunity to: customise the program to an area of your interest and career objectives through the available elective units
- develop practical skill sets by completing a full range of internship options with leading agribusiness companies
- undertake a research project that will analyse real-world food and agricultural business problems, issues, or strategic opportunities.
- Food Industry
Standard entry requirements
- Domestic students - Bachelor degree or equivalent
- International students - Relevant Bachelor degree or equivalent eg: Economics, Business, Agriculture, Animal Science, Environmental Studies, International Studies.
|Campus||Fees||Entry||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|North Terrace||Domestic: $66,000|