From lager to ale, porter to stout, the art of brewing reaches back millennia.
Hone your craft at the University's own unique microbrewery, and continue our proud tradition of brewing education that dates back to 1971.
The emphasis within the Graduate Certificate/Diploma of Brewing is on developing a sound knowledge - both theory and practical - of core concepts and issues in the malting and brewing industries. FedUni also offers a short program in malting and brewing, which covers the basic science behind brewing.
Ideal for individuals and industry, these programs will assist students in shaping their own brewing careers.
* Places within this postgraduate program are highly competitive, and are typically filled by applicants who have at a minimum completed bachelor level studies. If you have not completed a Bachelor degree, it is recommended you look at undertaking one of the following pathways to strengthen any future application:
Undergraduate pathway > postgraduate study: If you have completed Year 12, or have appropriate TAFE studies, we offer:
- Bachelor of Food and Nutritional Science, available at the Mt Helen Campus, the Gippsland Campus, and online
- Bachelor of Science, available at the Mt Helen Campus, the Gippsland Campus, and online
TAFE pathway > undergraduate study > postgraduate study: If you do not have the entry requirements for a bachelors degree, a TAFE course that includes chemistry and ideally biology / microbiology if possible would be most appropriate to allow entry to a science degree, leading to the ultimate goal of the Graduate Certificate of Brewing. A TAFE Certificate IV in Food Processing / Laboratory Techniques / Winemaking, etc may be appropriate starting points. At FedUni we offer a Certificate IV in Food Science and Technology.
The next intake for the Malting and Brewing short course is planned for 2018. Please email email@example.com to register your interest, and we will contact you once final content, dates and costs are available.
Information on our most recent short course: Malting and Brewing (pdf, 1.2mb)
Our most recent Introduction to Distilling short course was held in Port Melbourne in July, 2017, and numbers were restricted to 18 participants.
We do not have any information on Distilling courses in 2018. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest, and we will contact you once final content, dates and costs are available.
Information on our most recent short course: Introduction to Distilling 2017 (pdf. 1.07mb)