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Master of Nutrition

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Study set-up and major topics

The one- to two-year Master of Nutrition lets you deal with human nutrition and biochemical processes in the human organism. You observe questions, such as “Which substances does food consist of?” and “What is the ingredients’ functional mode of action ?” during the course.

Principal areas of your study include applied dietetics, nutritional advices, nutrition ecology, and molecular nutrition research. Specialise in a subject of your interest and choose from one of the following: public health nutrition, experimental nutrition, and clinical nutrition.

To follow the Masters programme in Nutrition, you generally need to hold a Bachelors degree in the same subject. However, certain universities only require a precedent degree in a related field such as biochemistry or biology. Inform yourself directly at the university of your master study about the local entry requirements and deadlines.

Employment opportunities with a Masters degree in Nutrition

With a Master of Science in Nutrition you have a wide range of career options. Choose to work in public health programmes, nutrition and health communication, consulting or research, and nutrition-related businesses.

The universities and colleges listed below provide Masters programmes in Nutrition:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Life Sciences     Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften
comprehensive profile   Lebensmitteltechnologie & Ernährung     MCI | Die Unternehmerische Hochschule®
  Food and Nutrition Science     Sheffield Hallam University
  Human Nutrition     University of Glasgow
  Physical Activity, Nutrition and Health Promotion     University of Bedfordshire
  Nutrition with Public Health Management     Sheffield Hallam University
  Diabetes & Nutritional Sciences (Research)     King's College London
  Nutrition     University of Leeds
  Food Sciences     University of Nottingham
  Food Science and Nutrition     University of Leeds
  Food Science and Engineering     University of Nottingham
  Food Science     University of Reading
  Human Nutrition     University of Sheffield
  Sport and Exercise Nutrition     Loughborough University
  Early Life Nutrition and Disease (MPhil/MRes)     University of Nottingham
  Agrifood     University of Nottingham
  Nutritional Therapy     University of Worcester
  Human Nutrition     University of Aberdeen
  Nutritional Science     Northumbria University
  Future Food Sustainability     Cranfield University
  Clinical Nutrition and Health     Glasgow Caledonian University
  Exercise and Nutrition Science     University of Chester
  Food Science and Innovation     University of Chester
  Sport Nutrition     University of Stirling
  Sport and Exercise Nutrition     Leeds Beckett University
  Clinical Nutrition     University of Aberdeen
  Obesity and Weight Management     University of Chester
  Dietetics (Advanced Practice)     University of Hertfordshire
  Early Life Nutrition and Disease     University of Nottingham
  Sport Nutrition     Liverpool John Moores University
  Gastroenterology     University of Chester
  Food Processing Engineering     Sheffield Hallam University
  Clinical Nutrition     University of Nottingham
  Obesity: Risks and Prevention     University of Roehampton
  Clinical Nutrition     University of Roehampton
  Human Nutrition     Imperial College London
  Applied Human Nutrition     Oxford Brookes University
  Eating Disorders and Clinical Nutrition     University College London
  ...     ...


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