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australia     charles sturt
Charles Sturt University
 
 
  The School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences is the largest and most successful provider of agricultural, horticultural and wine science education in Australia.
 
     
 
      la trobe
La Trobe University
 
 
  La Trobe University is a multi-campus university in Victoria, Australia. Since 2003, we have consistently ranked among the top 500 universities in the world.
 
     
 
      tasmania university
University of Tasmania
 
 
  The School of Agricultural Science is located on the southern campus of the University of Tasmania in the riverside city of Hobart in Tasmania, Australia.
 
     
 
      western sydney
The University of Western Sydney Hawkesbury
 
 
  The University of Western Sydney has a vibrant and dynamic research culture with multidisciplinary research undertaken across a diverse range of areas including culture, society, health and the environment.
 
     
 
      University of Adelaide
University of Adelaide
 
 
  The Waite Campus houses the Waite Agricultural Research Institute, which was established on the site in 1924 following a bequest of Urrbrae House and 300 acres from Mr Peter Waite to the University of Adelaide.
 
     
 
      melbourne university
University of Melbourne
 
 
  The Melbourne School of Land and Environment (MSLE) is Australia’s most diverse university faculty, with teaching and research undertaken by our three academic departments Agriculture and Food Systems, Forest and Ecosystem Science, and Resource Management and Geography.
 
     
 
      University of Sydney
University of Sydney
 
 
  Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. Academic programs in agricultural science were established in the University of Sydney in 1910 with the appointment of Robert Dickie Watt as the Foundation Professor in Agriculture.
 
     
 
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