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Our graduates develop theoretical and practical knowledge and are in high demand in the international food industry.
Find out about our qualifications and short courses and how to apply below.
Massey University has a long-established reputation for its food-related qualifications. The Bachelor of Food Technology with Honours is accredited by the US-based Institute of Food Technologists. We are one of only two universities outside the Americas to have achieved this recognition.
In the fourth year of the Bachelor of Food Science and Technology (Honours), students complete a research or development project based on the needs of the food industry.
Students who have completed approved diplomas in Singapore may apply for direct entry to study a BFoodTech in New Zealand.
Massey University's exchange programme with Zhejiang University in China allows food science and technology students to study in New Zealand for one semester.
Our academic staff are internationally-renowned for their fundamental and applied research. If you are interested in conducting postgraduate research you can find out more about our areas of expertise on our research pages, or search for an expert on our staff pages.
The Graduate Diploma in Science and Technology offers a pathway into postgraduate study for those who wish to study nutrition at a postgraduate level, but do not have an undergraduate degree in a relevant area.
The focus of this course is microbiological safety although chemical and foreign matter aspects are included. It is designed for food manufacturers although those from other sectors of the food industry may find the course useful. This two-day course can be run on demand.
This two-day course covers the theory and practice of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) procedures to provide confidence in food manufacture.
Run on demand.
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Last updated on Friday 27 October 2017