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Understand the science behind innovative foods, promote and manage diets and lifestyles, and conduct research for enhanced wellbeing when you complete a nutrition and food sciences degree at UniSA.
Our on-campus facilities are state-of-the-art and we have a dedicated nutrition and food science hub that is home to a commercial kitchen, sensory laboratory (one of only a few in Australia), and a microbiology laboratory.
You will also benefit from our strong industry links with the food industry locally and nationally, and learn what it’s like to work in the food and nutrition space when you attend field trips to some of the state’s major nutrition and food providers.
Our graduates are in demand, which makes UniSA a great choice is you're considering a career in Nutrition and Food Science.
We offer state-of-the-art learning facilities, such as a sensory laboratory, microbiology laboratory and commercial kitchen to ensure you graduate with the required practical skills. You’ll also be taught by industry professionals and will benefit from our very practical approach to learning - real-world projects are a major focus, and you will gain direct practical experience and enjoy strong links with the food industry and community.
Want more? We’re Australia’s youngest university to receive five-stars in research1 and this excellence shines through our teaching. We are inspired by challenges and opportunities, and partner with local icons and international heavyweights to deliver impact and change.
1 2017 QS Stars Rankings
As the health, nutrition and wellness industries continue to grow, employment prospects for graduates of this degree are promising. Careers to consider:
If you finish your undergraduate degree with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.0 or above, you may also be eligible for our one-year Bachelor of Biomedical Research (Honours) where you can further develop your research skills and prepare for a career in research.
We are a globally connected university, our staff and students come from over 90 countries. We also have more than 2,500 industry and professional relationships that support student internships, research and community engagement.
Scott Woollett, Microbiology Specialist, Lion Australia and New Zealand