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During the programme students are educated to be responsive practitioners, able to adapt to the changing needs of society; the course is designed to produce critically thinking and reflective professionals who have comprehensive theoretical knowledge, along with a spirit of enquiry and an analytical and creative approach to problem solving; a commitment to continuing education is also encouraged.

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Applicants should have an Honours degree 1st or 2.1 in human nutrition, or a degree that includes nutrition in the awards title, with sufficient emphasis in physiology and biochemistry. Applicants who speak English as a 2nd language must have adequate command of English, with an IELTS score of 7, with at least 6.5 in all elements. Students should have completed their degree not more than 5 years before their proposed entry to this Masters.

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