Why study viticulture and winemaking at La Trobe?

World class research

Our research in physical, chemical, biological and agricultural and veterinary sciences is top-rated nationally and rated 'well-above world standard.'

Australian Research Council, 2019, Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Outcomes 2018

State-of-the-art infrastructure

La Trobe’s AgriBio facility brings together world-class research and the work of the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.

Take a look at the largest agricultural R&D organisation in the state

Top 150 globally

We’re ranked in the world’s top 150 for agricultural sciences.

ShanghaiRanking, 2021, Global Ranking of Academic Subjects - Agricultural Sciences

Career opportunities in viticulture and winemaking

Career pathways

The skills you build when you study viticulture and winemaking prepare you for a range of careers, including:

  • Winemaker
  • Assistant sommelier
  • Viticulturist
  • Wine marketer
  • Vineyard manager
  • Wine sales coordinator
  • Winery cellarhand

Future employers

Potential employers of viticulture and winemaking graduates include:

  • Wineries and vineyards
  • Cellar door and hospitality
  • Consultancies
  • Wine tourism organisations
  • Wine publications
  • Research organisations and universities

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