Harper Adams University

Harper Adams University

Regional Food Production and Global Marketing

This course develops in-depth knowledge of European local and regional food production, its economic and environmental impact and how these foods can be marketed to a global consumer. Students learn how to develop and market food products whose typical features are the result of various factors such as geographical origin, history and the culture of a country or region. Students will acquire scientific and technical knowledge to develop these food products as well as skills to promote and market them. Taught in both English and French over two years, this course develops in-depth knowledge of European local and regional food production, its economic and environmental impact and how these foods can be marketed to a global consumer. Students learn how to develop and market food products whose typical features are the result of various factors such as geographical origin, history and the culture of a country or region.

Entry requirements

A Bachelor of science, Master of science, French licence, Master of engineering degree, although individuals within industry not holding a degree will be examined individually.IELTS 6.0 overall, with no lower than 5.5 in any component.

Course modules

Food processing of local or regional products; quality control and risk management; sensory analysis and consumer perception; characterising products; quality labels; international agri-business marketing; farm business analysis; rural land policy development; international agri-business supply industries management; management of food companies, competitiveness and values of intangible assets; relationship between production systems and quality of products; hygiene and quality management.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
MSc Full-time - 2 years

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Harper Adams University Newport TF10 8NB West Midlands

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01952 81 5000