Ibec plans move into third-level education with new food master’s degree

The organisation’s food and drink association will launch a full master’s degree in food sustainability by January 2022

15th April, 2021
Ibec plans move into third-level education with new food master’s degree
As well as the sustainability master’s degree, Food Drink Ireland also plans to rollout a master’s in food and drink regulation by next January. Picture: Getty

Ibec’s food and drink association will launch two new master’s degrees – one in food sustainability – by January 2022, as part of a planned move into third-level education.

Food Drink Ireland (FDI) is seeking a third-level institute to deliver the programme, which will be offered to individuals working in Ireland’s food and drink sector. It marks the body’s first full foray into higher education.

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