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Food Studies

Are you passionate about shaping the future of food?

The only programs of their kind in Australia, William Angliss Institute's food studies degrees are a unique opportunity to pursue your passion for food with leading thinkers and practitioners in the field.

A qualification in food studies sets you up to plant the seeds of change by developing the skills, knowledge and networks needed to transform the food system. As you build your expertise in food system issues, you will be well placed to work in the community food sector or in a diverse range of roles in industry or government to build a more sustainable food future.

Through this unique degree, you'll learn through an engaging mix of field trips, site visits, hands-on activities and a broad range of unique electives.


The experience

  • Discover new food worlds with excursions to farms, artisan food enterprises and community food projects
  • Study with a team of food scholars and practitioners engaged and practically involved with the issues explored within the degree
  • Become a positive agent of change within the food system

Food Studies Courses



Understand and tackle the challenges of contemporary food systems. Become part of this innovative field of study to help address the question of how we are to feed ourselves well, ethically and sustainably, now and into the future.

Bachelor of Food Studies


The first of its kind in Australia, you'll develop skills to reshape our food systems. Field trips, site visits, hands-on learning and a range of electives are on offer.

Bachelor of Food Studies (Community Engagement)


Deepen your learning and experience with a supported year of community engagement within the food sector during the fourth year of your degree.

Graduate Certificate of Food Systems and Gastronomy


Posses the analytical skills to engage with the politics, ethics, aesthetics, cultures and ecologies of food system change.

Graduate Diploma of Food Systems and Gastronomy


Examine food systems through a gastronomic lens with a focus on historical, cultural, material and philosophical perspectives.

Master of Food Systems and Gastronomy


As the only program of its kind in Australia, explore the challenging problems facing contemporary food systems and cultures, to generate positive change within the food system.

Master of Philosophy

CRS1400429 (MT) and CRS1400430 (P&E)

Undertake research at Australia's premier learning institute for the Experience Industry. Whether by thesis or by Praxis and Exegesis, Angliss is ideally placed to offer you internationally recognised higher degrees by research programs with a compelling mix of academic rigour and practical real world experience.