It led me to help companies go green.
Where will postgraduate study lead you?
Agriculture, Environment and Veterinary Sciences
Food, water, energy and animal and human health are critical to all of our futures. Our holistic approach brings together expertise in areas ranging from human, animal and crop health, as well as social science and economics to enhance your knowledge and skills to tackle these areas and protect the future of our world. You will have access to a multidisciplinary experience allowing you to work on big-picture challenges such as sustainability, food security, biosecurity and emerging disease.
- Agricultural scientist
- Sustainability manager
- Environmental policy maker
- Plant geneticist
- Wildlife population manager
- Soil scientist
- Animal health and welfare professional
- Food safety manager
- Biosecurity researcher
- Crop disease specialist
- Water policy maker
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These are our stories, what will yours be?
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Are you passionate about all creatures great and small? The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) is an innovative graduate entry program that will help you become a career-ready graduate with the skills and knowledge to protect and advance animal health and welfare locally and around the world. Find out more
LINDSAY SOUTAR, SUSTAINABILITY CAMPAIGN MANAGER
Lindsay Soutar, National Campaign Manager of the 100% Renewable Community Campaign, discusses the future of sustainability.
Professor of Robotics and Intelligent Systems, Salah Sukkarieh, is creating robots that will transform modern farming and help ensure the global food supply keeps up with a growing population. He sees a future where robots will tend farm animals, crops and orchards, making farming more efficient and sustainable.
Katrina Warren is a graduate of our veterinary science degree and has gone on to have a successful career as a television presenter and media spokesperson. Hear her share her experiences of studying, how she's seen the industry change and meet her faithful dog Riley.
Reducing our environmental footprint matters to Andrew Harris
Does reducing our environmental footprint matter to you? Professor Andrew Harris, Co-Director at the laboratory for sustainable technology, is working on game-changing technologies to help us move to a sustainable society.
As an Aboriginal woman with a passion for veterinary science research, Layla Schrieber chose to do her Master of Science in Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney on dogs and streptococci in an Aboriginal Australian community. “One of my cousins forwarded an email from the Faculty of Veterinary Science looking for an Indigenous PhD student. I met with Dr Robert Dixon, who ended up becoming my supervisor, and since I was pregnant at the time we decided on a Masters project as it would not be as stressful as the PhD,” said Layla.
Master of Molecular Imaging
Molecular imaging is a form of biomedical imaging, which is rapidly growing in importance in the applied life sciences. The key technologies for imaging the molecular signatures of disease in humans and animal models are PET, SPECT and MRI. The Master of Molecular Imaging prepares graduates to be leaders in the field, and offers an ideal PhD pathway for those interested in pursuing a research career.
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