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  • Qualification

    Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

  • Location

    Hendon Campus

  • Study mode

    Full time

  • Start date

    20-SEP-21

  • Duration

    3 Years

Course summary

OverviewThere is an ever-growing body of research, which highlights the relationship between diet, health, disease and sport performance. Research findings can often be in direct conflict, leading to public confusion about dietary requirements for health and the health risk associated with the consumption of certain foods such as those rich in sugar, fats and salt. Nutritionists play a key role in not only creating but also making sense of this body of scientific research and translating it into nutritional advice or policies.Why study BSc Nutrition at Middlesex University?This nutrition course is designed to provide you with a sound knowledge of how the human body uses nutrients and the relationship between diet, health, sports performance and disease. It also aims to help you to develop your employability skills, including communication, creative thinking, numeracy, problem-solving, research and team working, and time management skills.You have the opportunity to expand your degree course and practical skills by completing a 12-month placement in your third year before returning for your final year of study. If you complete the placement you will graduate with a BSc Nutrition (Professional Practice) degree, highlighting the additional practical skills that you will gain to future employers.You will have support from a dedicated Employability Advisor to find a placement that matches your interests. Members of the Nutrition Society can take advantage of its Internship Programme, whilst other potential placement opportunities include sports clubs, Unilever, GSK and Nestle, and NHS Primary Care trusts for public health nutrition placements.Course highlightsThis is a multi-disciplinary course covering the essentials of human nutritionOur staff are student-centred staff and will aim to help you achieve your full potentialThe use of innovative technology will enhance the learning, teaching and assessment you experienceThere is a clear focus on developing the knowledge and skills required for employmentEnhance your employment prospects with the optional year-long placement and graduate with a BSc Nutrition (Professional Practice)

Application deadline

15 January

Tuition fees

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£ 12,000per year

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Including 32 points or above in two Science subjects including either Biology or Chemistry

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University information

Middlesex University

  • University League Table

    98th

  • Campus address

    Middlesex University, Hendon Campus, The Burroughs, Barnet, NW4 4BT, England

Middlesex is a diverse and inclusive university with students from over 160 different countries.
A network of regional offices across the world provides support to help students prepare for their move to London.
Major investment in recent years has transformed Middlesex’s London campus, providing excellent facilities.

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