The School of Food Science and Nutrition (formerly the Procter Department of Food Science) was one of the first University departments in the UK to teach Food Science and to establish a Research School, in the early 1960s. The MSc degree course is an advanced conversion course, designed to prepare science graduates for a career in the Food Industry. The scheme of study leading to the MSc in Food Science is very wide ranging, and provides an in-depth understanding of the science of foods.
Dean's International Postgraduate Masters Scholarships
These awards are competitive, based on high achievement.
Value of Scholarship(s)
There are up to 10 partial-fee scholarships available worth £3,000 each. These awards are open to international candidates who have been accepted for admission onto a full-time MSc programme in the School, and who are eligible to pay tuition fees at the full international rate.
Eligible applicants will automatically be considered for these awards at the time of application, so are not required to complete an application form.