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  Food Innovation with Industrial Practice MSc

University of Greenwich    School of Science

Full time September, January MSc 2 years
Business & Management (5) Food Sciences (15)

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Unleash your potential with the Food Innovation with Industrial Practice MSc at the University of Greenwich. This two-year programme is tailored for graduates aspiring to revolutionize the food industry by tackling global sustainability challenges. Delve into diverse areas such as marketing, risk analysis, food safety, and quality assurance, guided by industry experts from renowned companies like Pfizer and GSK. The course offers a unique blend of theoretical knowledge and practical experience, including a one-year internship to hone your skills in real-world settings. Stand out in the competitive job market with a curriculum that equips you for roles in product development, government legislation, food supply chain management, and entrepreneurship. To apply, you need a 2:2 Bachelor's degree or relevant professional experience in food science. Join us at the Medway Campus in Kent and embark on a transformative journey towards a rewarding career in the dynamic food innovation sector.

About the course

Our two-year Master’s in Food Innovation with Industrial Practice will suit graduates who are looking for careers developing safe and sustainable food within the supply chain.

The food supply chain faces a series of global issues concerning sustainability and innovation. This course encourages you to develop solutions to these real-world problems. You'll discover the importance of developing new ingredients and products for safe and wholesome foods and how to enhance sustainability and creativity within food supply chains.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants should have a relevant Bachelor's honours degree (UK equivalent) class 2:2 or above (or an overseas equivalent).

If there is no degree relevant, a professional qualification and experience in the field of food science and technology may be acceptable.

The University of Greenwich accepts a broad range of international qualifications for admission to our courses.

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