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Sam Brown

BSc Food Science

"Principles learnt in Food safety modules are applied every day because all food produced obviously needs to be safe. I also often use the basics principles of food science in problem solving."


The alumnus profile on the right shows you an example of what you might be doing after graduation. Our graduates go onto to develop successful careers, in a range of employment sectors and find that a degree in food science or nutrition can lead to a variety of interesting and  rewarding work opportunities.

If you are wanting to keep in touch with us or find some of your old friends then why not become a registered Leeds alumnus. Below are some of the benefits of joining our alumni group:

  • Find friends – lost contact with some of your Leeds friends? By registering you will have access to our online search facility with over 155,000 Leeds alumni in the database
  • Attend events – find out what alumni events are going on
  • Advice for organising reunions – we can offer you help setting up groups and organising reunions
  • Help current students – share your professional expertise
  • Access Leeds services – receive a free lifelong email address and use of the University library

To find out more please visit the University of Leeds’ main Alumni pages  or the Leeds Network page

Where are you now?

If you were a student in the School of Food Science and Nutrition at Leeds we would like to hear from you. 
Please email us your contact details and we will get in touch.

Read some short stories about where some of our alumni are now.

Alumnus spotlight

Charlotte Barden, Food Technologist at Kellogg's