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!
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- Thread Starter
- 29-02-2016 12:02
- 02-03-2016 17:42
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 tooLast edited by Nikki Jones; 02-03-2016 at 17:44.
- 02-03-2016 18:35
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?
- 24-03-2016 08:35
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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