Doctoral Training Partneships provide an innovative, individually-tailored training programme that includes taught courses and the opportunity for students to undertake research projects with prospective supervisors.
Food, as a research topic, is invariably inter-disciplinary. If you are looking for a supervisor for food-related student research and have not been able to find an appropriate person, please have a look at our research network page.
Interdisciplinary Food Systems Teaching and Learning (IFSTAL)
IFSTAL is an elective training programme designed to improve post-graduate level knowledge and understanding of the food system from a broader perspective, which can be applied to your own studies and subsequently within the context of the workplace.