Diploma de Postgrado en Recursos estratégicos y análisis de los E.P.T.
In the Graduate Diploma in Oenology, you will study the practical and theoretical aspects of wine production and viticulture.
The course will provide you with scientific knowledge and a strong understanding of the principles of oenology, including sparkling wine production, distillation, fortified wine production and beer production. There is a strong focus on the sensory evaluation of wines, exploring the relationship between grape and wine quality from domestic and international perspectives. The effects of climate, soil, grape cultivars, rootstocks, pests and diseases are also covered, with strong links to the local viticulture industry.
This course can help you obtain a solid scientific and practical understanding of oenology, including wine marketing, and is suitable if you are currently employed in the wine industry and wish to advance your career options, or if you seek to enter the industry. The course also includes an intensive, fifteen-week wine production unit at the Margaret River Campus small-scale winery.
Australian & NZ Students
A bachelor degree or equivalent, or at least three years’ experience in a management function within the wine industry.
Minimum English language entry requirements:
IELTS ACADEMIC (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM)
YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1
Practical Wine Production
Introduction to Wine Marketing and Business
YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2
Advanced Practical Wine Production
Sensory Evaluation of Wine
Viticulture Principles and Practices
Curtin’s Graduate Diploma in Oenology attracts a wide range of domestic and international students to study at the Margaret River Education Campus situated in the heart of the Margaret River wine region. Graduates find employment in Australia and overseas in wine production, viticulture, marketing and various microbrewing roles.