Food Science is the study of selecting, preserving, processing, packaging, distributing food products and discovering new possibilities of food sources.
How you always wanted to help people in one way or the other? Have you dreamed of travelling the world while doing so? Finally, have you ever had a keen interest in food, not just eating & cooking it, but questions like what makes popcorn pop, and the science behind every kernel? If you do, then read on as we explore the wonderful course of food science and what it will entail.
Food Science is the academic study of the physicality and chemical natures of food, and the principlesMore details Less
Principles of Nutrition
SPM : Minimum 5 credits which must include Credit in Mathematics, Chemistry and a Pass in English Language
O-Levels : Grade C in relevant subjects which must include Grade C in Mathematics, Chemistry and Grade E in English Language
UEC : 3 Grade B in relevant subjects which must include Grade B in Advanced Mathematics (I or II), Grade B in Chemistry and Grade C in English Language
STPM : Minimum 2 full passes in the relevant subjects which must include Chemistry
A-Levels : 2 Principal passes in the relevant subjects which must include Chemistry
AUSMAT/SACE : Minimum Tertiary Entrance Rank (TER) of 70 and at least Grade B in Chemistry
CPU : Minimum average of 70% for 6 relevant subjects including minimum 70% for Chemistry
IB : Please check with the relevant university
Matriculation : Please check with the relevant university
Diploma : Please check with the relevant university
There is a plethora of different professions Food Science graduates can enter into. Skills can be utilised for many different aspects of the food world, with jobs in marketing, teaching, safety, quality management, nutrition, sales, teaching and many, many more. As such, you will need to be ready for just about any challenge.
With countless number of ingredients all around the world, the possibilities of what new products you can make are endless. This is an exciting and dynamic area of study and work; in many job roles you won’t know what is waiting around the corner.
Well many people claim to be foodies flood Intagram with photos of their dinners, a true foodie is someone who digs even deeper for their passion towards food, finding out what makes it last longer, and perhaps even taste better!
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