February 11, 2015

Queen's University Belfast - United Kingdom

MSc Advanced Food Safety

The MSc in Advanced Food Safety focuses on new and emerging issues within the field of food safety, concentrating on developments in analytical approaches to monitor and regulate food safety, authenticity and security.
Students will have the opportunity to obtain a unique qualification in these fields delivered by world-leading research-active scientists at the Institute for Global Food Security.

International Scholarships

Queen's University is offering a number of scholarships for international students enrolling at Queen's in September 2015.

Left - Right: Commonwealth Shared Scholarships Scheme awardees Christian Anumudu from Nigeria, Emelia Adator from Ghana, and Ozaye Dobson from Guyana who enrolled on our MSc in Advanced Food Safety in September 2014. 

Study in The Institute for Global Food Security

Based within the School of Biological Sciences at Queen’s, the Institute for Global Food Security houses a suite of state-of-the-art laboratories and conducts cutting edge research into various topics ranging from soil and plant health through to food security.

Internationally recognised for its excellence in research and teaching, the Institute is becoming a key partner in national and global efforts to provide the world’s growing population with a sustainable, safe and secure supply of high quality food.

REF2014 Results are IN

REF2014, the UK-wide research assessment of higher education institutions, has placed Agriculture, Veterinary and Food Science at Queen’s University Belfast as No. 1 in the UK for research intensity.

Free Online Course

Looking at food security, the course 'Tackling the Global Food Crisis: Sustainable Agri-food Systems' will be delivered by a team of academics from the Institute of Global Food Security, exploring the implications of food security and integrity on world food supplies. It will give prospective students an insight into some of the topics covered within the MSc Advanced Food Safety programme at Queen's.

The lead educator will be Professor Chris Elliott who has recently completed a Government report on the integrity and assurance of the UK’s food supply chain which has been published by DEFRA.

For any inquiry, please feel free to contact your nearest JM OFFICE. 

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