Taught course


University of Nottingham · School of Biosciences

Entry requirements

Candidates will usually be expected to have a first degree (minimum of second class) in a biological, chemistry, biochemical engineering or other relevant science from a university recognised by the University of Nottingham.

Months of entry

January, September, April

Course content

The MSc AgriFood has been developed in conjunction with the agrifood industry as a highly flexible programme that can be tailored to individual training needs, to enable professionals working in the agrifood sector to undertake high level, structured, continuing professional development.

The University of Nottingham, in conjunction with Cranfield University, Harper Adams University and Rothamsted Research are working in partnership to develop and deliver this innovative programme that will enable participants to develop their work-based learning and research skills.

Course modules are available in the four main subject areas of animals, crops, food and nutrition and transferable skills. Students are able to select from a wide range of modules to tailor-make a programme that fits their personal interest and professional requirements.

This programme (also available as PGDip, PGCert or as individual modules) offers a sound foundation for professional development on which to build your future success. It has been designed to suit your personal and professional situation, whether that is a single module, a postgraduate certificate, diploma or the complete masters programme.

Qualification and course duration


part time
24 months


part time
21 months


part time
21 months

Course contact details

Postgraduate Enquiries
+44 (0) 115 951 5559