This program will prepare you for a career in the food and beverage industry as a technologist capable of ensuring the production of ethical, safe, and wholesome food and drinks. You’ll study the scientific disciplines fundamental to the development of novel foods and drinks and the business acumen (including finance and management) to be innovative. Thanks to a period of industrial placement, you’ll develop your skills in a real-world setting and be able to apply your health and safety training. Industry lectures, field trips, on-site training, contracts of learning through work placement, and applied research projects will enhance your theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The food and beverage processing industries will continue to require trained personnel. Our graduates have careers as entrepreneurs, managers, scientists, and technologists in the food and drinks industries, research facilities, government agencies, the retail sector, sales, etc. Their roles include quality control/assurance, new-product development, product analysis and safety, laboratory-based manufacture, sales, etc.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma with CGPA of 2.4/4 plus successful completion of TU Dublin Foundation or another recognised pre-university foundation with relevant subjects 60% - 65% or High School Diploma with CGPA of 3.0/4 plus SAT score of 1090/1600 [Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 560, Math 530] OR ACT score of 21.Specific requirements in one of: Physics, Chemistry, Physics and Chemistry or Biology, Applied Mathematics, Home Economics or Agricultural Science.There is an option to enter with successful completion of one year of a Bachelors Degree/Associate Degree with overall average of 2.8 GPA or above with relevant subjects at a recognised third-level or higher education institution in addition to completion of senior high school. This assessment will be on a case-by-case basis.
A charge of €3,000 is payable by each student to cover essential student services. European Union nationals attending full-time undergraduate courses are normally only required to pay the student contribution, otherwise EU nationals who are following a second or subsequent third-level course, depending on the type and duration of the previous course attended will be liable for the total annual fees.This course is not recommended if you have a medically diagnosed food allergy (note, not an intolerance). Application deadline for EU students is February 1.
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning