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We provide postgraduate students with the opportunity to live, study and work on beautiful Waiheke Island while studying for a career in Wine Science.
Our centre is home to a working vineyard, the Goldie Estate Homestead and the University's Wine Science programme.
Our Wine Science staff are committed to producing high-quality research and teaching.
This postgraduate programme in Wine Science teaches the science and processes of wine production.
We engage in a wide range of research projects directed at applying the latest advances for the benefit of the New Zealand wine industry.
Our working vineyard on Waiheke Island provides Wine Science students with an opportunity to live, study, and work in a boutique winery.
Located on Waiheke Island, our homestead offers accommodation for students enrolled in the Wine Science programme.
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