The Master of Food Systems and Gastronomy is the only program of its kind in Australia. Designed to empower you to become an agent of positive change in the food system, this two-year postgraduate program investigates the challenges and pleasures of food systems past, present and future. Explore how ethics, politics, culture, ecology and food industry practices can impact and transform food systems, for better or worse. Build individual and collaborative skills and develop your confidence in advanced research, advocacy and communication.
Graduates will be recognised as innovative professionals able to effectively participate in the public debates and policy solutions for transforming the modern food system. The Institute's unique and extensive food networks help ensure that graduates are well positioned to take up careers in food-related areas of government policy, education, community services, media and marketing, tourism and event development. This program is designed for those wishing to meaningfully contribute to food system transformation.
The Master of Food Systems and Gastronomy allows you to establish yourself as an authority and an agent of change in an industry that demands innovation and collaboration.
Food studies education and curriculum development
Food policy development, advice and implementation (government, intergovernmental and international agencies)
Food project coordinators and sustainability professionals within the not-for-profit and community sector
Food and drink event development and coordination
Food and wine development for local government and tourism bodies
William Angliss Institute is the Government endorsed specialist training provider for the foods, tourism, hospitality and events industries. Over more than 75 years we have earned a strong global reputation for the delivery of innovative higher education, training solutions and consultancy services to clients across Australia and abroad. Read more.