Our agriculture courses will provide the knowledge and skills to address sustainability challenges and forge a successful path in a rapidly expanding industry. This might mean boosting the sustainability of agricultural enterprises, developing climate change-resistant plants or working with subsistence farmers in developing countries.
Taught by the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA), a specialist research and teaching institute at the University of Tasmania, your education is at the cutting-edge of agriculture, applying food systems concepts and ideas from around the world.
Feed your mind, Feed the world
Interested in a free agriculture experience for year 11 and 12 students? Feed your mind, Feed the world is a three-day camp for students wanting to learn about exciting career opportunities in agricultural science.
Explore our courses
Build a career in the thriving agriculture industry with a course centred on emerging technologies and sustainable development.
Industry-focused agribusiness studies designed for those who want to learn about running a successful agricultural-based business.
Learn to address contemporary challenges, and support sustainable agricultural growth and innovative food production.
The University of Tasmania offers scholarships in agriculture to reward and encourage students. You can even apply for multiple scholarships in one easy application.
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Trials are underway in the state’s north to determine whether Tasmania could produce peony roots for the Traditional Chinese Medicine market (TCM).PhD Candidate with the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) Celia van Sprang is researching the…
Women in Agriculture | Dr Tamieka Pearce4 Dec 2023
One of the notable and welcome changes over the past 60 years has been the steady increase in the number of women electing to study and work in agricultural science.Graduation photographs from the early years of Agricultural Science at the…
Konrad Chung | Agriculture Science Alumni Ambassador 199328 Nov 2023
Konrad Chung graduated in 1993 and started his career in agriculture as a field officer in Devonport, Tasmania.Konrad fondly remembers his time studying agricultural science, making new friends, and establishing new networks.“No matter what year…