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Agriculture and Conservation

Study Agriculture and Conservation at Melbourne Polytechnic and learn about conservation, winemaking, farming, climate change, and agronomy.

Future-proof your career in conservation

Some of the greatest challenges facing our world today concern the natural world and our limited natural resources. If you’re interested in climate change, farming, sustainability, and winemaking, look no further than Agriculture and Conservation.

You may already come from a farming background, dream of working your own land or have a passion for managing soil, water, or animals. Melbourne Polytechnic’s Agriculture and Conservation qualifications offer a broad range of specialisations including Conservation, Agronomy, Aquaculture, and Viticulture and Winemaking.

Graduates of Melbourne Polytechnic’s Agriculture and Conservation qualifications may find work as small or industrial scale farmers, agricultural advisors, farm managers, rural business managers, winemakers, viticulturalists, agronomists, turf specialists, aquaculturalists, equine specialists, soil scientists, sustainable land management specialists, or any number of career paths.

Be part of one of Australia’s primary industries as it moves into the future and study Agriculture and Conservation at Melbourne Polytechnic.