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About Arable & Fruit Farming
Masters degrees in Arable and Fruit Farming explore advanced techniques forgrowing crops most efficiently on a large scale. These include analysis of crop genetics, soil composition and management (agronomy), or pathology (disease).
Entry requirements for these courses will normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, such as Environmental Science, Biology, or Chemistry. Sufficient work or research experience may also be considered.
Masters study in Arable Agriculture and Fruit Production offers a selection of specialisations, such as organic farming, sustainable agriculture, and even tropical farming. You will gain an understanding of issues such as plant breeding and crop production, and the wider implications of these practices within society.
You are likely to gain extensive research experience, and training in dealing with scientific issues in the public realm, such as policy for consumer concerns. This knowledge and experience will make you an ideal candidate for roles within governing bodies, the agro-industry, or even as a basis for further research at PhD level.
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Our MSc Agriculture and Development course examines the role of agriculture in development, and is designed for those pursing careers in research, extension or development, with national and international institutions.
This applied Master programme is designed for mid-career horticulture, livestock or forest professionals working in the private or public sector.
Our MSc Food Security and Development course addresses the challenges of global food insecurity and poverty. This programme will prepare you for a career in the international food security and development sectors.
This challenging programme is designed to enable you to develop a deep and systematic understanding of wine science and related disciplines, with a view to applying this knowledge to make complex viticultural and oenological decisions. .
Choosing the right postgraduate programme is a key step in developing your career prospects and building specialist knowledge in your chosen subject area.