Education and Training
Our degrees and courses prepare current and future leaders in food, wine and agriculture to tackle the challenges of our time.
Through their entrepreneurial and evidence-led approach, our graduates will continue building South Australia’s expertise and capability in the food industry.
The University of Adelaide offers the leading Viticulture and Oenology degree in the southern hemisphere – graduates hold the most comprehensive wine qualifications in Australia from the largest teaching winery in Australia.
Internship programs that provide our undergraduates with off-campus industry experience are embedded into degree courses, ensuring University of Adelaide graduates are job-ready.
Training for food professionals
The University of Adelaide is upskilling the workforce of the agrifood and wine sectors through professional development short courses being established in consultation with industry.
Australia’s agrifood and beverage industries needs to upskill in leadership, business techniques and technical skills to meet the opportunities and challenges of the global marketplace and changing consumer and environmental demands.
The University of Adelaide has an important catalytic and capacity building role to lift the leadership, management and technical skills of the agrifood and wine sector in South Australia and beyond so that they are more successful innovators, leading to high-growth businesses and accelerating employment growth.