Sutton Bonington Campus and virtually online


Wednesday 6 March 2024 

12 noon – 5pm



This is the place where postgraduate study is more than just a degree. It's a chance to follow your calling, boost your employability, raise your existing expertise, and network with other professionals in your industry. 

At this event, you'll be able to find out more about our Masters courses within the School of Biosciences: 

  • Biotechnology - Biotechnology MSc, Biomolecular Technology MRes 

  • Food and drink - Food Production Management MSc, Brewing Science and Practice MSc 

  • Nutrition - Nutritional Sciences MSc, Clinical Nutrition MSc 

  • Animal science and nutrition - Animal Nutrition MSc 

Join us in person or online to listen our Course Directors informative talks and ask any questions you may have on postgraduate study. 
If you’re visiting our beautiful Sutton Bonington campus, the day starts at 12 noon so make sure to take a walk around our stunning grounds and first-class facilities before dropping by our monthly Farmers Market to sample the delicious street food available. 
It's time to change your world, are you ready?  

Programme of events

Wednesday 6 March 2024 - Hybrid Event

from 12.00 pm

Farmers Market

Come and visit the monthly farmers market and sample the great street food available, then take a self-guided tour around the campus.  

from 2.30pm

Meet our students (pre-booked only for in person attendees)

For those attending in person there is an option to meet Current Students and ask any questions you may have about the courses and postgraduate student life.

from 3.00pm

Registration in Lecture Block

For those attending in person, registration will be in the foyer of the lecture Block on the Sutton Bonington Campus (Building 9 on the Campus Map)


Introduction to postgraduate study (A02, Lecture Block & Teams)

Director of Postgraduate Admissions, Prof Cath Rees, will give an introduction to postgraduate study at the SB campus.


Students move to subject-specific sessions

If attending in person, students move to the rooms in the Lecture Block shown below. For on-line attendees, use links to subject-specific Teams meetings.


Session: A

Course Directors will give you information on course structure, modules, research projects and industry placements.

  • MSc Biotechnology (B04)
  • MSc Clinical Nutrition (B05)
  • MSc Food Production Management (B08)


Session: B

Course Directors will give you information on course structure, modules, research projects and industry placements.

  • Animal Nutrition (A02)
  • Nutritional Sciences (B05)
  • Brewing Science (B08)
  • MRes Biomolecular Technology (B04)



Course Directors contact details provided for students who have more questions.

Getting to the Sutton Bonington Campus

  • The free Hopper bus can be used to travel to and from University Park Campus and to the Clifton tram station. The bus timetable is here
  • Visitors travelling by car should enter the campus via the West Entrance on College Road and after parking should follow the signs to The Barn. The Sutton Bonington Campus sat nav postcode is LE12 5RD
  • The nearest train station is East Midlands Parkway