The world is facing huge food system challenges: food poverty, malnutrition, diet-related disease, climate change and the often low paid and hazardous work involved in producing our food.

By studying Food Policy, you could forge a career helping to address these challenges, as you gain a deep understanding of the food industry from agriculture and its impact on the environment to food safety and hygiene.

Professor Timothy Lang, Professor of/Founder of MSc Food Policy, talks about studying this course at City University London.

Career perspectives

Our unique MSc in Food Policy attracts students from around the world and from artisanal bakeries to government agencies. Graduates go on to run NGOs and progressive food businesses and to work in government, journalism, academia and many other roles.