As our relationship to food becomes more complex and diverse, from hot topics such as the rise in diabetes to the success of The Great British Bake Off, more people than ever are thinking about what they eat and drink. Our range of courses combine the theoretical and practical and covers issues such as sustainability, product development, sensory analysis and public health.
Our academics have expertise in areas from baking health and safety to food microbiology, meaning you benefit from an interdisciplinary learning environment. This, combined with the work carried out in product development labs, sensory evaluation suite, compositional and analytical suite and National Bakery School, allows you to gain the skills needed for your future career.
To really complete your experience you'll also attend talks by professionals - with recent guests from the Institute of Food Research and the Food Standards Agency - and benefit from links to organisations such as the Association For Nutrition and the British Society of Bakers.
in London for research quality in Food Science (Complete University Guide 2018).
Students prepare for real world situations by gaining practical skills and knowledge in our food labs and National Bakery School.
Ensuring students learn skills that prepare them professional life, our Nutrition courses are accredited by the Association for Nutrition.
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|Baking Science and Technology BSc (Hons)|
You'll be using a wide array of software and facilities specific to the food industry and mirroring the actual workplace.
Dee's bakery scooped top honours at the 2015 Farm Shop & Deli Show Awards and was recently named the Best Bakery in Balham and Tooting.
Personal circumstances led Amy to rethink her career; now she's found something she's truly passionate about and looking forward to a rewarding role as a dietitian.
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