Agriculture student gets job in the industry after graduation

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Sinead Minchin, BSc in Agriculture (WD126)

Sinead Minchin, BSc in Agriculture (WD126)

Sinead says that without completing the BSc in Argiculture, she wouldn't be lucky enough to be in the position that she is in today

"Since graduating I have been working in the Agri Business industry. I am currently working with Irish Country Meats, a large sheepmeat processing facility in Co. Wexford, and have been recently promoted to Quality Manager at the site. 

I manage a team of 4 people full time and work closely with the Department of Agriculture, Customers and Third Party Food Business Operators to ensue every product we sell meets the food safety requirements.

I found the course a huge benefit to where I am today and without it I can safely say I wouldn't be in the position I am as Quality Manager of such a large company. 

I feel the interaction with Kildalton College is a great help and the practical element is very beneficial to any role that could be undertaken by a Graduate upon finishing the course. I would definitely recommend it."


Study the Bachelor of Science Agriculture at WIT

The first two years of the Bachelor of Science Agriculture concentrates on equipping the student with the knowledge and skills needed to manage a modern commercial farm. The third year aims to expand the student’s business, managerial, scientific and IT skills.

In the second year of the course students spend 12 weeks on farms specially chosen by Teagasc in order to get practical experience on high quality commercial farms. 

Students who have successfully completed a FETAC approved Level 5 or Level 6 with a merit at Kildalton College or equivalent can apply to transfer into Year 2 of the BSc in Agriculture. 

Students who enrol in this course can expect to study modules such as; Introduction to farm Accounts, Communication Skills and Animal Breeding and Welfare.

Course Code: WD126

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