Careers in Agriculture
Agriculture is an incredibly broad and diverse sector which offers multiple career opportunities and good job prospects for passionate young people. Interests as wide ranging as primary production, food and nutrition, biology, the environment, rural banking, plant science, wine, communications, consumer and sensory research, supply chain logistics, government policy, global economics and many more are covered by agriculture.
For further details, see http://sciences.adelaide.edu.au/careers/ and listen to the interviews below to find out about how recent graduates have put their knowledge to use in the real world.
Sijia Guo (B Ag Sc graduate 2015)
An interview with Sijia Guo, Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences graduate
Brooke Howell (BVO graduate 2010)
Brendan and Laura Carter
Co-founders, owners and winemakers at Unico Zelo, Brendan and Laura Carter, share how their university study helped them on the path to owning and running their own winery in the Adelaide Hills.
RELATED NEWS & EVENTS
The Hart Field-Site Group has welcomed Dylan Bruce as its new regional intern in applied grains research
The Horizon Scholarship is open to students entering their first year of university and studying a degree related to agriculture. Applications are now open and close on 24 February.
University of Adelaide-University of Nottingham Joint Doctoral Training Partnership – Agriculture, Food and Wine
Applications are invited for fully funded 4-year PhD studentships in the Joint Doctoral Training Partnership between the Universities of Adelaide and Nottingham