The MSc in Global Food Security and Nutrition recognises that food security concerns not only food policy and food production issues but other aspects such as land tenure, immigration, demographics, diet and nutrition, technology, natural resources (e.g., pressures on water and soil) and climate change. UoE and SRUC offer expertise and research on these topics, and the team have good working relationships with international organisations that are at the cutting edge of addressing food security issues, such as FAO, World Food Programme (WFP) and the International Federation of Red Cross/Crescent.
You can exit with the following awards:
PgCert Global Food Security and Nutrition : 12-24 months
PgDip Global Food Security and Nutrition : 24-48 months.
A good Honours degree (first or 2:1) or its equivalent in biochemical or biological science.
Distance and Flexible learning