Agribusiness Courses

Agribusiness Courses can be taken at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and are aimed towards students wishing to enhance their knowledge of the agricultural sector with relevance to business.
 

Highlighted courses and degrees in agribusiness

Courses offered by institutions usually cover a wide range of topics to give students experience with supply chain management, retail management, and business analysis and consultancy. Modules studied throughout the course include marketing, law, economics, agriculture, psychology, food nutrition and human nutrition. Undergraduate Agribusiness degree programs can take up to 4 years of full time study to complete, whilst postgraduate programs can be completed in around 1-2 years.
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Entry Requirements for Degrees in Agribusiness

Entry requirements to agribusiness courses vary depending on the institution you wish to apply to. In addition most universities will have entry requirements based on IELTS scores if your first language is not English. Other factors will also be taken into consideration such as a written letter to express your intent for the application, or a reference provided from a previous employer or professor. If you are looking to study a postgraduate degree in agribusiness then you will need to have already gained an undergraduate degree in a related field to gain access to the course.

If you do not meet the entry requirements you may want to consider a pathway course.

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Career Options

Graduates of agribusiness courses can enter many industries; however, tend to work within the food and retailing sector. Other careers for agribusiness graduates can include finance, management, marketing and communications, recruitment, hospitality and logistics.

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