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Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business

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 students 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.

The Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business gives graduates the necessary conceptual and practical skills for careers in food and agriculture related industries.

The degree is offered in trimester mode. There are three intakes in each academic year (January, May and September).

Graduate Diploma in Global Food and Agricultural Business

The Graduate Diploma in Global Food and Agricultural Business gives graduates the necessary conceptual and practical skills for careers in food and agriculture related industries.

Core courses provide students with fundamental competencies, while allowing the flexibility to tailor the degree to their individual interests and career objectives—anything from value-chain management to marketing, natural resource issues or agricultural policy analysis.

The program is offered in trimester mode. There are three intakes in each academic year (January, May and September).

Graduate Certificate in Global Food and Agricultural Business

The Graduate Certificate in Global Food and Agricultural Business gives students the necessary practical research, advisory and business skills for careers in food and agriculture related industries.

Core courses provide students with fundamental competencies, while allowing the flexibility to tailor the program to their individual interests and career objectives—anything from value-chain management to marketing, natural resource issues or agricultural policy analysis.

The program is offered in trimester mode. There are three intakes in each academic year (January, May and September).


The Centre for Global Food and Resources
Address

Level 6,
10 Pulteney Street
The University of Adelaide SA 5005
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Contact

Email: globalfood@adelaide.edu.au
Telephone: +61 8 8313 0087
Staff Directory: The Centre for Global Food and Resources