What do I have to study to become a Food Scientist, Food Technologist, or Food Engineer?
At SECONDARY level, the TECHNOLOGY curriculum explores the entire process of why, what and how we make things. Anything and everything. Including soft materials, hard materials, food technology as well as information and communication technology (ICT).
At TERTIARY level, there are a wide range of courses available across the spectrum of food science, technology and engineering.
Go here for a full list of TERTIARY COURSES available in NZ, both graduate and post-graduate.
Go here for a list of SCHOLARSHIPS available for food science, technology and engineering studies.
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