University of chester nutrition and dietetics

University of chester nutrition and dietetics

Nutrition and Dietetics

BSc (Hons)

  Become an integral member of the dietetic workforce as you learn the skills, knowledge and values necessary to become a competent, compassionate health practitioner.

Course overview

We are committed to developing competent, compassionate dietitians who are equipped with the skills, knowledge, values, and attitude necessary to be effective health care practitioners.

The University offers an attractive and friendly environment, close to the city centre, with access to a wide range of learning resources.

Once you’ve graduated, you will be eligible to apply for registration in Dietetics with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

University of chester nutrition and dietetics

Why Study Nutrition and Dietetics with us?

   The University of Chester is the only provider of pre-registration dietetic training commissioned by Health Education North West. We actively engage with local dietetic departments to provide you with a course that has an ethos of research and evidence-informed practice, fostering your professional development.

Our teaching staff bring a wealth of expertise to the course including nutrition, the food industry, public health, biosciences, sport and exercise, and of course, dietetics. Through service user participation, and our innovative approaches to teaching and learning, it brings the real world of dietetics into taught sessions.

If you have any questions, or are unsure if your qualifications meet these requirements, please contact us using the details below.

Admissions

University of chester nutrition and dietetics

Nutrition and Dietetics

MSc

Our professional two-year postgraduate degree course will provide you with an award together with eligibility for registration as a dietitian with the HCPC (UK).

Course overview

This is an accredited professional two-year postgraduate degree course which provides you with an award in Nutrition and Dietetics together with eligibility for registration as a dietitian with the Health and Care Professions Council (UK).