On this course you'll come to fully understand the complex world of nutrition. The course is accredited by the Association for Nutrition, so you will be eligible to register as an Associate Nutritionist when you graduate.
We have specialist nutrition labs in Bournemouth house, which are home to state-of-the-art equipment to support practical teaching in nutrition, human physiology and food safety. You will also have access to a well-equipped food processing and development unit and simulation skills facilities, giving you the opportunity to learn and improve your competency-based skills in nutrition assessment.
What's more, we've integrated a career-catapulting 30-week placement, which you can complete anywhere in the world, to gain a more realistic insight into the field of nutrition, nurture professional relationships and ultimately strengthen your employability. Among the roles you can undertake after completing this course are, for example, registered nutritionist, product information specialist, or nutrition policy advisor (for local or national government).
This course received 96% overall satisfaction rating from our final year students in the latest National Student Survey (NSS, 2018).
You will study a range of subject areas covering the socio-economic, cultural and psychological concepts of food and nutrition, as well as human anatomy, physiology and chemistry. In your final year you will undertake a work placement and be able to choose an optional unit to tailor your study.
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Bournemouth is an amazing student city, with new club nights on all the time and a great atmosphere. The beach is lovely and the centre of student life in the Summer. Everybody is friendly, with a great diverse student body. There’s loads of places in town - try the Buffalo, a short bus ride away from the centre but with amazing drinks and staff. The tutors are great, providing interesting and dynamic lectures and offering a load of support and guidance.
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