World-Class Wine Science and Viticulture
If you already have a science-related qualification, this graduate diploma will allow you to fast track towards a future specialising in oenology (wine science).
You have options to study on campus (full-time or part-time) or by distance (part-time only). Students studying by distance will be required to attend compulsory residential schools in Hawkes Bay each year.
This programme is designed to build on your knowledge from prior degree study by focusing on scientific, technical and managerial aspects of grape growing and wine making.
This graduate-level programme builds on your knowledge of science from prior degree study or from significant industry experience by focusing on scientific, technical and managerial aspects of grapegrowing and winemaking.
The subject areas you’ll study include:
- General and Inorganic Chemistry
- Winemaking Science and Practice
- Microbiology or Engineering Physics
- Sensory Science
- Wine Microbiology or Winery Engineering
- Wine Sensory Assessment
- Wine Chemistry
Career Opportunities & Outcomes
This graduate diploma will give you a competitive advantage over other graduates and will help you advance within your chosen field of oenology (wine science).
Once awarded the Graduate Diploma in Oenology you’ll be able to take on roles such as:
- Assistant winemaker
- Technical supplier
- Winery enterprise manager
- Senior cellar person
There are two entry dates per year:
- February (on-campus or distance)
- July (distance only)
International entry requirements
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