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    Hi all! I'm considering a Public Health degree. I wanted to do the Nutrition and Public Health course at Huddersfield but I don't live there anymore and the only course close to it I can access is Public Health.Anyone studied it? What did you think? Do you think it's a bit pointless and doesn't help to get a job? Just thoughts and ideas please!I'm 28 and will be a mature student!

    Maybe look at the career options for that particular degree or speak to someone at the university? In my experience the work placements you take on make more of a difference that your actual degree so get some good placements in too

    I agree with the pp that relevant placements are crucial. Be clear about what positions require this qualification before you embark upon it.

    Are there any additional qualifications/certificates you need to have for the employment you are planning on? Are those jobs in demand where you plan to live when you have completed your studies?

    R u talking about the undergraduate course? It depends on the qualifications that u already have. It is not useless Im thinking of doing a similar course. There r many career opportunities after u graduate.

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