The agribusiness industry plays a vital role in the global economy. It creates innovative, value-added food and fibre products, and manages inputs such as agricultural chemicals, fertiliser, machinery, human resources, and financial and advisory services for businesses in the supply chain. It also contributes to the commercialisation of new products, services, biotechnologies, and information technologies to improve the production and marketing of commodities.
By studying agribusiness, you’ll discover the commercial world behind agriculture and the value chain that links producers and consumers. You’ll study a broad range of topics in an agricultural context, which will enable you to market, finance, and manage people and technology after you graduate.
As an undergraduate, you’ll learn at both our St Lucia and Gatton campuses to ensure you have access to UQ’s best teachers and facilities.
You can opt to study the Bachelor of Agribusiness as a four-year dual degree, which allows you to combine practical business skills with your interests in equine science, sustainable agriculture (agronomy, horticulture or livestock and poultry science), veterinary technology or wildlife science.
As a postgraduate, you’ll explore all aspects of the supply chain to confidently work with small- and large-scale producers, processors, transporters, financial institutions, and domestic and international retailers to deliver high-quality and affordable products.