Food science is a branch of science that looks at the properties of food, and how this knowledge can be applied to the processing, production, preservation, sanitation and distribution within the food industry. In practice, food scientists are integral in improving food safety and quality, sustainability, and health and nutrition across the globe.
Modules you study might include cell and molecular biology, human physiology and nutrition, food safety, food processing, and food quality assurance. Your degree will be delivered in a mixture of modes. These could include lectures and seminars, as well as practical and laboratory based projects. Depending on your course, you may also be able to take part in a work placement.
Famous for surfing, sunshine and beaches, Australia has so much to offer to international students. The country's rich culture and history makes it a incredibly diverse country, and one that is welcoming and warm towards the international community. Australia has long been seen as a global leader in higher education, and places emphasis on delivering world-class education to both domestic and international students. The Group of Eight Universities is a prestigious group of universities that focus on providing internationally renowned faculty and research facilities across Australian higher education.
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