Explore the art of fine food with AUT's Master of Gastronomy. You study food and gastronomy, food history, food culture, food politics, ethics and sustainability, and food activism related to gastronomy.
Explore the meaning and significance of food in society with this multifaceted postgraduate programme. Strongly influenced by New Zealand and the Pacific, this master’s degree has been developed so that those with a strong interest in these areas can pursue their passion and research interests.
Eduniversal Group has ranked our Master of Gastronomy as the 16th best master's degree in the world for food and beverage management.
Advance your knowledge in the principles and history of gastronomy. You create new knowledge and critically evaluate information, while learning to communicate it effectively. Exposure to new media and technology will impact the way you develop your ideas and deliver your assignments.
A team of experienced and passionate lecturers with extensive academic and industry experience will guide you through a multidimensional food journey.
Not all courses may be offered each year.
The outcomes for graduates of the Master of Gastronomy are outlined in the Graduate Profile below.
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