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About the course

The Dietetics study programme aims to equip graduates who already have a BSc or MSc in Nutrition with the knowledge, skills and professional attitudes required to practice as a Registered Dietitian.

Key benefits

  • We are Europe's largest centre for medical and professional healthcare education.
  • You will be taught by leading researchers in the field of nutrition and dietetics. 
  • You will undertake 28 weeks of practice placements in a variety of settings.
  • Unique opportunities to attend meetings at the Royal Society of Medicine Forum on Food and Health, and a thriving Nutrition Society.
  • King’s College London is ranked 17th in the world for Clinical, Pre-clinical and Health (Times Higher Education 2020 subject ranking).
  • You will be eligible to apply for Registration in Dietetics with the
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Entry Requirements

BSc in Nutrition (minimum of 2:1 or equivalent) or MSc in Nutrition (minimum of merit, 60%, or equivalent).


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Student Profile(s)

Louise Timbers

"Having completed my undergraduate degree in Food and Human Nutrition I chose to pursue a career in Dietetics, combining my interest in nutrition, science and working with people.

I found the learning experience at King's excellent. Having lectures delivered by specialist Dietitians helped to bridge the gap between theory and practice, ensuring my knowledge was adequate to practise as a Dietitian whilst on clinical placements.

I really enjoyed undertaking my MSc project and it gave me the opportunity to develop valuable research skills and pursue an area of Dietetics in which I have a keen interest.

Throughout the course I was given support and guidance by the lecturers and provided with opportunities to attend external lectures and BDA meetings.

Since completing the course I hope to work as a Dietitian in the acute setting and in the future pursue my interest in research."

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