Study With Us
Technology is evolving with increasing pace and the growing global population puts pressure on food resources. The agriculture, food and wine sectors demand innovative, tech-savvy professionals to ensure their supply can responsibly meet global demand – here’s where we deliver.
Our teaching ethos in agriculture, wine and food sciences combines theory with a healthy dose of practical, hands-on applications. The school’s co-location with government and industry partners exposes students to the latest technologies and enables them to gain cutting-edge insight from leaders in their field. We train future industry leaders.
Unique student experiences
Our classroom experiences provide students with the opportunity to engage with world-leading researchers using a variety of best-practice teaching pedagogies. Complementary to our best-in-class teaching practices, we provide students with unique experiences including:
Explore diverse agricultural and natural resources through industry placements and on-campus partners. Our agricultural sciences degree gives you the highest chance of full-time employment, compared to any other degree in SA.
Pursue your passion for food & nutrition science. Prepare for a rewarding career in public health and nutrition or the food and beverage industry. Study a degree ranked third in Australia, and best in SA for food science and technology.
Study Wine Science. Graduate as a fully trained winemaker or viticulturist, ready to make wine, grow grapes and manage your own winery or vineyard.
The Centre for STEM Education and Innovation (CSEI) develops bespoke education courses for industry and student participants. These specialised courses are delivered by our world-leading experts from across the Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology including from within our School of Agriculture, Food and Wine.
We offer many different forms of support to students such as drop-in centres, workshops, one-to-ones with tutors, online resources, student mentors. We understand the need to balance studies with life commitments and we are here to help prepare and manage academic study.
University life isn’t all work and no play. Joining a student club is a great way to pursue other interests and meet new people. From sports and hobbies to politics and culture, the University of Adelaide has a wide range of student clubs to consider.
Connection with industry
Demand for local and international graduates in agriculture, wine, food and nutrition sciences is high. Whether it’s pioneering new food production methods; helping to satisfy the growing appetite for our world-famous wine; or becoming an innovator in the commercial world of food, there are countless opportunities to explore.
Scholarships and prizes
Higher degree by research opportunities
Build hands-on scientific, technological and critical thinking skills through a Higher Degree by Research.