PhD in Global Food Studies
Our PhD program in Global Food Studies is a 'research-focused' PhD with topics typically related to some economics, business and policy issues affecting agricultural and food value chains, including smallholder producers in less developed countries to food consumers in Australia.
Our PhD students are welcome to, and in fact encouraged to take postgraduate coursework to learn related theory and analytical skills. We strongly encourage interested applicants to our PhD program to apply for a scholarship to assist with tuition and to provide some funding for research. Most of our current students are working projects that are involved in one of our large externally funded projects. However, students can bring with them a research project or project idea and we can attempt to find funding.
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Post Graduate Degrees in Global Food and Agribusiness
The Master of Agribusiness provides students the opportunity to develop the conceptual and practical skills necessary for agribusiness leadership, management decision making, policy analysis and problem solving in an ever-expanding and increasingly complex global food and agricultural marketplace. Read more here.
The program consists of a core set of courses necessary for the development of general agribusiness management skills and the understanding of the global agri-food sector. The capstone research project enables students to utilise these skills to critically analyse real-world agribusiness problems, issues or strategic opportunities. Elective courses within the Faculty and across the University allow students the flexibility to tailor their program to their individual background and career objectives.
The Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business is very flexible and designed to help students develop the conceptual and practical skills necessary for agribusiness management 'decision-making', marketing, finance, policy analysis and problem solving in an ever expanding and increasingly complex global food and agricultural marketplace.
The selection of courses is tailored to ensure that students gain fundamental competencies, while also allowing them the flexibility to customise their program to their individual background and career objectives. For example, students may focus on specific interests from value chain management or marketing, international trade to natural resource issues or agricultural policy analysis.
Our student come from a variety of backgrounds with various levels of experience in the agriculture and food sectors and nearly 20 different countries! Read what our students have to say about the GFAB program.
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