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Master of Wine Business

Type: Course - University/TAFE
Location: North Terrace Campus, Adelaide, SA
Institution: University of Adelaide
Address: Faculty of Professions, Adelaide, SA 5005 Australia
T: (08) 8313 5208
W: www.business.adelaide.edu.au/study/campaigns/wine
A blended approach including involvement from industry experts underpins the program which provides a wine business and market development education. It is customised to the needs of the domestic and global wine trade with a unique emphasis of the wine production and sales industry.

Description: The University of Adelaide is highest ranked in South Australia for Business and Management studies*. The Master of Wine Business program is run through the University's Adelaide Business School, a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the elite group of the top five per cent of Business Schools worldwide. In the program students learn to combine cutting-edge and world best-practice wine marketing know-how with a working knowledge and skills in both winemaking and viticulture, thus incorporating the entire wine value chain. This is what wine industries worldwide expect wine business professionals to know and understand. For world-class wine business education, the University's recent partnerships with KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux also represent for students a distinct opportunity to access global leaders and placements in the wine industry. Graduates will attain professional skills that enable them to devise and implement wine business and global market development principles, theories and strategies in the domestic and international wine industry. This program is offered in trimester mode: there are three trimesters in each academic year, commencing in January, May and September.
(*QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017)

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