Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business
As the global population heads towards 9 billion by 2050, the demand for food and water grows while basic resources fall under threat; we need to ensure that our economic, public, and environmental health can cope with these rising demands.
Why not be part of the solution and build a skillset that will allow you to contribute to solving the critical issues affecting the security of our food and resources. The Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business bases you in Australia’s agricultural hub, amongst world-class researchers, primary producers, and agribusiness leaders, to develop the skills needed to make an impact on global resource sustainability.
Craig Johns, Associate Director - Centre of Global Food & Resources
The Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business connects you with a network of world-class academics, policy experts and agribusiness leaders, setting you on the path for a rewarding career in the agricultural industry.
Who is this program for?
The Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business is a two year degree designed for students who are interested in global resource security and want to focus on the economic, political, environmental, and social issues effecting global food systems.
For individuals seeking a shorter degree, the Graduate Certificate in Global Food and Agricultural Business and Graduate Diploma in Global Food and Agricultural Business provide the option to ease into postgraduate study providing further security and flexibility to your studies.
Where will this take you?
The Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business provides you with the necessary conceptual and practical skills to solve global challenges and start a career in food and agriculture-related industries.
Whether you are interested in the public or private sector, the program opens up a broad range of possible career paths, including government departments, research centres, international funding agencies, agricultural consultancy services, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
What will you learn?
The program will help you develop the conceptual and practical skills necessary for agribusiness management in an increasingly complex global food and agricultural marketplace.
Key teachings includes:
- Analysing real-world food and agricultural business problems, issues, or strategic opportunities.
- Examining the policies affecting agricultural and food businesses, consumers and governments.
- Exploring how the international food and agricultural markets have changed dramatically over the last several decades.
You may also have the opportunity to develop practical skillsets by completing a full range of internship options with leading Agribusiness companies.
2019 Entry Requirements
To be eligible for entry, you must have
- Completed a 3-year Bachelor's degree
- English Language Proficiency - International applicants for the program must have a minimum IELTS of 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in band
Further admissions information for International students including English Language Requirements can be found at the University's International Admissions.
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Eligible domestic candidates may have the option of deferring the cost of their tuition to FEE-HELP.
* Fees for courses completed in subsequent years may be subject to change.
Both domestic and international candidates are required to submit their applications through SATAC. This process takes an average of 4 weeks to complete but may require additional time.
|Intakes||Courses are offered in trimester mode. Intakes for this degree will be in January, May and September.|
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