MSc Global Food Security (Distance Learning) Webinar
Date: 27th August at 12:30pm
Following the webinar, a link of the recording will be emailed to all participants. If you cannot attend the Webinar, but would like to receive the recording, please complete the registration form above.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Gain more in depth information about studying your degree through distance learning at Queen's and at your own pace
- Ask questions to our experts and gain immediate responses
aBOUT THE COURSE
The Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast plays a major role in delivering safe, sustainable and authentic food to the world’s population, and has become globally recognised for it’s excellence in research and was ranked number one for research intensity in the UK for agriculture, veterinary and food science (Times Higher Education Research Intensity Ranking/REF, 2014).
Hear from our students
Hear from current students based acround the world who are studying the masters via distance learning
"I have always had a keen interest in food fraud and emerging food safety issues so this was the perfect programme for me. As the programme was distance learning it gave me flexibility when I was working long hours and travelling on a regular basis and I have been able to use the skills and knowledge gained from studying for the MSc on a daily basis as a Food Education Lecturer. Course content has been very relevant throughout and delivered by lecturers who have been extremely helpful. I am looking forward to beginning my dissertation project in a subject area I am passionate about and using the skills and knowledge gained in my future career. "
Emeryn Erwin, Lecturer at College of Agriculture Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE), Loughry Campus
"I find the course is very benefical and work related, as our department of Food Safety is a new department which only established on 2003, and we are still improving the food saftey legislation e.g food addivtive, pesticides, food allengen etc., the 'Food Safety and Health', ‘Food Integrity, Fraud and Traceability’ and ’ Global Food Standards and Legislation’modules are closely related and i learned a lot from it.
In addtiion, I am a new mother of one year girl, distance learning format meant a lot to me, as I can improving and upgrading myself while balancing my family and work."
Nga U Che, Technician in Department of Food Safety, Macao SAR government
“This course was very helpful for my career as I could study at my own pace, expand my knowledge on food safety on a global perspective; learn how to do a study and research based on scientific literatures”
Shenglin Wei, Supplier Audit Program Leader, Intertek Testing Services Ltd. Shanghai
"This masters programme has help me build on the background I already had in food safety and broaden my knowledge regarding many of the emerging issues that affect the food supply chain. Based in in country like the UAE where almost all food is imported it has given me a better appreciation of the potential risks associated with the food we import and how we can manage them."
Matthew Pegg, Etihad Airport Services Catering Company, UAE
"Currently, I work as a Compliance Manager in Manchester for an Inflight Catering company which provides catering service for airlines across the world. I am responsible in managing quality, food safety and health and safety within the company, making sure that all food products we provide are to the safest prior to reaching our customers.
The course cover all the fundamentals of food safety and I found it very beneficial to my role especially when I could effectively implement what I have studied into the working environment. The range of topics set out in this course prepare us for the current and future challenges in the food industry, an opportunity to enhance my career further."
Kelly Lau, Compliance Manager for Inflight Catering Company, Manchester
"Two years ago, I had an opportunity to study at different European Universities but coming to Queen’s University Belfast was the best thing. The structure and richness of the program, the engaging course work assignments and always available tutors and the privilege to be lectured by world-class recognized lecturers from all around the world. These three have made my study time at Queen’s University Belfast exciting so much so that I am left looking forward to the next module.
Never have I ever felt like an Online Student at QUB. The Canvas Platform is seamless and the support team is always available to assist and improve the system to make our learning experience unforgettable."
Alumni Lweendo Mubita Munsanje, Laboratory Analyst, Zambia Bureau of Standards