• Ethan Tan, Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science

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    Industry tours were the absolute highlight of my university experience - they gave me an insight into what the ‘real’ world is like.

    Ethan Tan, Director and General Manager at Mexex


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  • Brittany Howell

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    I created a project impressive enough to admit me to one of the best bioinformatics institutes in the world.

    Brittany Howell, PhD Candidate, Sanger Institute


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  • Jessica Crettenden - Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences

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    I'm educating and supporting the farming community to take up new ideas and technologies.

    Jessica Crettenden, Agricultural Research Scientist


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  • Rod Hillman, Ecotourism Australia

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    Ecotourism is a true growth industry in Australia, having now evolved from a niche market to a major player.

    Rod Hillman, Chief Executive, Ecotourism Australia


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  • Science teacher Ally

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    I love inspiring students with my interest in science.

    Ally Lumsden, Science and Biology Teacher, Prince Alfred College


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  • Viticulture and Oenology graduate Lukas

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    This program has deeply enriched my love of food, wine and all things sensorial.

    Lukas Papagiannis, Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology
    Brokenwood Wines Prize winner 2016


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Even though I grew up in a restaurant and have been surrounded by food all my life, the industry tours were the absolute highlight of my university experience. They gave me an insight into what the ‘real’ world is like and inspired me to find my current role.

Ethan Tan - Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science
Director and General Manager at Mexex

Nourish your future.

Feast your eyes on a degree ranked in the top three in Australia for food science and technology. Graduate ready to improve health and food supply.

We offer a comprehensive degree with:

  • 120 hours of industry experience to set up your career
  • Top 150 world ranking for food science and technology (Academic Ranking of World Universities by Subject 2017)
  • Graduates eligible to apply for registration as an associate nutritionist

If you love food and want to learn how to design, formulate, produce and package it, the Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science might be the choice for you.

With the highest graduate salary for science graduates in South Australia, studying science at the University of Adelaide can be a great investment in your future.

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Why study Science?

Science is not just a route to the lab, but a gateway to the world.

At the University of Adelaide, your science degree will give you the power to tackle world challenges including extending life, eradicating world hunger, curing cancer and turning around the effects of climate change.

By studying alongside our leading researchers, world-class educators and industry partners, you’ll graduate ready to make an impact on the world, whether you’re improving one life, or saving millions.

With 75% of the world’s fastest-growing careers require a background in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), you’ll be glad you made the decision to study science with The University of Adelaide. We are ranked in the top 1% worldwide and our graduates have the highest starting salary in South Australia for science.

Start your career in one of the fastest-growing, most innovative and exciting industries there is. Study with South Australia’s leading university.

#1 in SA for Science

#1 in SA for Science 1

#1 in SA for Science

Top 150 globally for Science 2

#1 graduate starting salary in SA for Science

#1 graduate starting salary in SA for Science 3

#1 graduate satisfaction in SA for science

#1 graduate satisfaction in SA for Science 4

How to apply?

Domestic Students

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1 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017
2 QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017
3 Good Universities Guide 2017
4 QILT 2017 Science & Mathematics

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