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Study Food, Food Production and Food Security at Warwick

We offer research-led, multidisciplinary training opportunities designed to deliver graduates ready for careers tackling global food security issues:

MSc Food Security
A radical rethink is needed around the world about how and where food is produced and consumed. Countries need to balance local and delocalised production with imports and environmental impact. Suppliers need to ensure year-long provision at both low cost and high quality for discerning and needy consumers. Climate change and world population growth put pressure on governments, producers and consumers to plan ahead for food security. This course will prepare you for your career in these challenging areas.
Food Security
MSc Sustainable Crop Production: Agronomy for the 21st Century
Crop agriculture provides mankind’s increasing population with food, fibres and fuel. This course provides the knowledge and practical skills for how crops are improved, grown and managed. It will also give you the understanding and background to allow you to adapt to future industry changes influenced by climate change, pressure on resources or food shortage.
Sustainable Crop Production

MSc Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate 
This course explores solutions for the sustainable provision of food, materials, energy and landscape in a changing global environment. The MSc provides a timely and integrated perspective on environmental bioscience, environmental management and environmental politics and regulation as these relate to land management for the sustainable production of food, energy and ecosystem services.

Environmental Bioscience in a Changing Climate

Interdisciplinary Food Systems Teaching and Learning (IFSTAL)

Cross-university, interdisciplinary food systems training to improve food security and environmental outcomes. The University of Warwick is one of five collaborating institutions in this exciting new project - which is open to all post-graduate students at those institutions interested in 'food systems'.