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Through this two-year course, you’ll develop the skills and knowledge to work as a dietitian professional, delivering therapeutic nutrition in both public and private sector organisations.
You’ll study the nutrition and health of the population, exploring topics from lifespan nutrition, to diet therapy and human metabolism to common chronic diseases, and their management, and how these change over the life course. You’ll also have sessions in our laboratories where you’ll complete practical evaluations.
You’ll combine theory and practical sessions so that, when you graduate, you’re prepared to practise as a Dietitian professional across health and food sectors.
In line with British Dietetic Association requirements, applicants will normally be expected to have an honours degree in a relevant subject at 2:1 or above or equivalent, and evidence of academic study in the five years prior to application. Relevant subject areas include biological sciences, physiology, biochemistry, chemistry and psychology. Applicants must meet requirements for NHS values based assessment, Occupational Health Assessment and have a satisfactory enhanced DBS report.
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