Wine Industry Tertiary Studies

An annually updated list of Tertiary institutions and the programmes they offer.  E & OE, you should make your own enquiries before deciding on any particular course of study.

Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga Campus, New South Wales

Website: www.csu.edu.au

The Bachelor of Applied Science (Wine Science) and Bachelor of Applied Science (Viticulture) programs are offered to both full time on campus students as well as in the distance education mode.

The Associate Degree of Applied Science (Winegrowing) is offered only in the distance education mode.

Study undertaken in conjunction with EIT, Hawkes Bay New Zealand for NZ students.

Bachelor of Viticulture
Bachelor of Wine Business
Bachelor of Wine Science
Bachelor of Wine Science (Honours)
Master of Viticulture and Oenolgy




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