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EIT - Bachelors of Viticulture and Wine Science 2018

Bachelors of Viticulture and Wine Science 2018 for International Applicants

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BACHELOR OF VITICULTURE 2018
BACHELOR OF WINE SCIENCE
Information for International applicants Napier Campus

Located in one of the premium winemaking districts in New Zealand STUDENT PROFILE
(if not the world) EIT offers two unrivalled degrees in viticulture and
wine science. You will discover everything about what makes grapes GurvinderPal Singh | India
grow and how wine is made.
“I chose this graduate programme because I had completed
You willl learn about grape varieties, the soils, and environments they a BSc in India, when I heard about this course and its
are best suited to, and the science involved in turning them into one reputation I wanted to enrol. The campus and facilities at
of New Zealand’s most famous exports. EIT are very good and the course is unique.”

The Bachelor of Wine Science enables graduates to pursue Qualifications • Bachelor of Viticulture
a professional career in the winemaking industry and provides • Bachelor of Wine Science
graduates with expertise in technical, scientific and managerial skills Programme level • BVit/BWSc Concurrent
in winemaking. Duration
Level 7
The Bachelor of Viticulture enables graduates to pursue a Start dates
professional career in viticulture and provides graduates with Study options • Bachelor of Viticulture: Three years
expertise in husbandry, technical, scientific and managerial skills in Fees • Bachelor of Wine Science: Three years
grapegrowing. Total number of • BVit/BWSc Concurrent: Four years
credits
EIT also offers you a unique opportunity to complete the Bachelor of 19 February and 23 July
Viticulture and Bachelor of Wine Science degrees concurrently. Class times
Full-time
FACILITIES Individual study
hours NZ$ 21,000 per year
Facilities include a purpose-built modern teaching and research
winery, sensory laboratory, vineyard, and glasshouse. The world- Location • Bachelor of Viticulture: 360 credits
class laboratory complex is fully equipped for all of the sciences Contact • Bachelor of Wine Science: 360 credits
and includes specialist wine analysis equipment and an instrument • BVit/BWSc Concurrent: 480 credits
laboratory that houses advanced chemical analytical instruments.
On campus classes are usually scheduled between
One of New Zealand’s largest wine regions is at our doorstep. The 8.00am and 5.00pm Monday to Friday
Hawke’s Bay wine industry is extremely supportive of EIT and
provides many opportunities for field trips and practical experience in Students should plan to spend ten hours of
vineyards and wineries. study per course per week including scheduled
classroom time.
CAREER OUTCOMES
Napier Campus
Graduating with a degree in Viticulture and/or Wine Science from EIT
opens up many career pathways. Careers such as: International Centre Phone: +64 6 974 8902
Email: [email protected]
• Bachelor of Viticulture careers: vineyard manager, viticultural
contractor, research and development, owner/operator of a
winery/vineyard, wine/viticulture educator or a grower liaison
position.

• Bachelor of Wine Science careers: winemaker, assistant
winemaker, manager in wine, brewing or food industries, research
and development or as a wine/viticulture educator.

CAREER OUTLOOK

$$

$38,325 $51,634

Median earnings two year Median earnings five years
after study after study

Job opportunities 65% 25%

AVERAGE Employment rate Graduates in further
two years after study study after completion
POOR GOOD

Source: https://www.careers.govt.nz/qualifications/view/HB3886/6007

PRACTICUM COURSE LIST

Courses in the programme that involve off-campus experiential Please note, pre-requisites will apply to some courses.
learning are:
• VIT7.08 Winegrowing Industry Experience COURSE CREDITS
• WSC7.11 Winery Industry Experience
• WSC6.10 Winegrowing and Winery Experience (Diploma) BIO5.03 Microbiology 15
• WSC6.07 Wine Production 1
• WSC7.01 Wine Production 2 CHM5.02 General and Inorganic Chemistry 15
• VIT7.07 Vineyard Establishment
PHY5.01 Engineering Physics 15
ENTRY CRITERIA
WSC5.04 Grape and Wine Production 15
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must meet degree standard entry requirements. A good BIO5.01 Botany 15
understanding of chemistry, physics, and mathematics is essential.
Applicants must be over 18 years of age on 1 February of the year they CHM5.03 Organic and Physical Chemistry 15
apply for entry to this programme. Applicants under 18 years of age may
be provisionally accepted into the programme but restricted in which STA5.02 Scientific Statistics 15
courses they are enrolled in until they turn 18 years of age.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS WSC5.02 Wine Science 15
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level of English
language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a variety of ways, VIT6.04 Viticultural Science 15
including successful study in English, approved scores on IELTS (6.0
Academic) with no band score lower than 5.5 or equivalent, or completion WSC6.07 Wine Production 1 30
of an EIT Hawke’s Bay assessment.
BCM6.02 Structural Biochemistry 15
FIND OUT MORE:
[email protected] ENG6.01 Food and Beverage Engineering 15
www.international.eit.ac.nz
PSC6.02 Plant Physiology 15
CONNECT WITH US:
CHM6.01 Analytical Chemistry 15

BCM6.01 Metabolic Biochemistry 15

PSC5.03 Soil Science 15

WSC6.06 Sensory Science 15

ENG7.01 Winery Engineering 15

VIT7.05 Research Project 15

VIT7.08 Winegrowing Industry Experience 15

WSC7.01 Wine Production 2 15

WSC7.04 Wine Chemistry 15

WSC7.07 Wine Microbiology 15

WSC7.11 Winery Industry Experience 15

WSC7.12 Wine Sensory Assessment 15

VIT7.09 Vine Health 15

PSC7.01 Soil Management 15

VIT7.01 Vine Physiology 15

VIT7.07 Vineyard Establishment 15

ELECTIVES 15
WSC5.05 Introduction to Wine Business 15
WSC7.13 Wine Business Management

ACADEMIC STAFF

NAME POSITION
Dr Cryn Russell BTech (Hons) Biotech, PhD, Grad Cert Tertiary Education
Rod Chittenden BSc, Teachers Cert, Dip Tchg, Dip Vit&Oen, MSc
Rachel Croft BAppSci (Wine Sci), BAppSci (Rec & Tourism)
Tim Creagh Dip Wine Sci, B App Sci (Viticulture), Dip Marketing
Chey Dearing BMLS, MSc (Chemistry), PhD
Dr Stewart Field BAppSci, BAppSci (Hons), MAppSci, PhD
Sian Forlong-Ford BSc (Hons), Dip Tch – Tertiary
Dr Petra King MHortSci, DPhil
Shaun La Franco BTech (Food Sci), GradDipOen
Dr Amelia McQueen BSc, MSc, PhD
Elise Montgomery BHortSci, GradDipOen
David Moore BSc (Hons), MSc, Cert Tert Teaching, Grad Dip Wine


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