Food Technology Courses in UK

food-technology A variety of advanced study programmes in the field of Food Design and Food Technology are available in numerous UK universities but most outstanding among them are renowned names like Manchester Metropolitan University; University of Nottingham; University of Abertay Dundee; University of Reading; University of Wales Institute, Cardiff ; London Metropolitan University; Liverpool John Moores University; London South Bank University; University of Ulster and University of Wolverhampton.

Manchester Metropolitan University has a wide variety of courses in Food Management, Food Marketing and Food Technology. Major among them are Food Management (Foundation) BA (Hons); Food Management BA (Hons); Food Management HND; Food Marketing (Foundation) BA (Hons) ; Food Marketing HND; Food Technology (with foundation year) BSc (Hons); Food Technology BSc (Hons) and Food Technology HND.

Food Microbiology BSc and Food Microbiology also with a Certificate in European Studies (Biosciences) BSc (Hons) are available at the University of Nottingham while Food Biotechnology M.Sc and PG Diploma programmes are conducted at the University of Strathclyde and the University of Abertay Dundee. University of Wales Institute, Cardiff is also a preferred education destination for Food Science and Technology bachelor level programmes.

University of Reading conducts two bachelor degree programmes in Food Technology such as Food Technology (3 years) BSc (Hons) and Food Technology (4 years) BSc (Hons). London Metropolitan University is also popular in this field and offers a course, Food & Medical Microbiology BSc (Hons).

Other well known names in the field of Food Technology education include the names like Liverpool John Moores University (Food and Nutrition BA); London South Bank University (Food Design and Technology BSc); University of Ulster (Food Biotechnology – PG Diploma and M.Sc); Stratford-Upon-Avon College (Food Technology GCE AS Level); Writtle College (Food Technology B.Sc and M.Sc); University of Wolverhampton (Food Biology, Medical Microbiology and Disinfection PhD) and Worcester Sixth Form College (Food Technology GCE AS Level).