Graduate Diploma in Global Food and Nutrition Science New

Fight food insecurity on the global stage  

Earth’s capacity to renew its resources is in decline, but humanity’s need for nutritious food grows daily. Innovative science solutions are necessary for survival, and big picture thinking is critical for ensuring truly equitable outcomes across the globe.

What will you do?

Delivered over one year full-time, our Graduate Diploma in Global Food and Nutrition Science will equip you with the technical skills needed to enter this exciting field. You will:

  • expand your understanding of global food security, safety, and sustainability
  • critically evaluate local, national, and international legislative and regulatory policy
  • expand your knowledge of nutrigenomics and metabolic nutrition
  • apply sensory and flavour science to new product development
  • investigate emerging processing and preservation techniques
  • consider value-adding and reformulation advances
  • explore current food trends and opportunities for industry
  • tackle social justice issues in global food systems
  • build peer relationships in your own learning space, within the University’s dedicated Food Innovation Laboratory

 

Where could it take you?

You might create formulas for NGOs in developing nations. You could help coastal communities scale seaweed production. Perhaps you want to study the effects of COVID-19 on global food systems in preparation for future pandemics.  


 


  • Brand new food science labs and kitchen facilities
  • No. 1 in South Australia for Food Science and Technology*
  • Producing scientific research 'well above world standard'

*Academic Ranking of World Universities by Subject, 2021

Entry Requirements

Please note: For programs including placements and/or study-related activities in settings where COVID-19 vaccination is mandatory, it is an inherent requirement that all students be fully vaccinated prior to undertaking the placement and/or study-related activity.
For our students who are studying offshore in 2022, the University will continue to offer high-quality access to the learning resources remotely for most programs. This includes all lectures, tutorials and other support material. Students will be advised in advance if there are course components that cannot be provided in remote mode and, wherever possible, offered alternative courses.
Please refer to the COVID-19 FAQ page for further information and a list of programs where in-person attendance is required.

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SATAC Code 3GD129
Deferment Yes - 2 year
Intake July
Selection Criteria
Graduate entry

Higher Education Study A relevant Bachelor's degree or equivalent, in the fields of food science, food technology, food engineering and nutrition, with a minimum GPA of 4.5.
How to Apply
SATAC Code: 3GD129


Fees and Scholarships

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Indicative annual tuition fees
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Scholarships

These scholarships, as well as many others funded by industry and non-profit organisations, are available to potential and currently enrolled students.

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Careers

Potential careers

Flavour Chemist, Food Engineer, Food Production Engineer, Food Scientist, Food Scientist, Food Technologist, Food Standards Officer, Food Technologist

Degree Structure

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Last updated: Friday, 12 Aug 2022