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Clinical Nutrition and Health MSc


Key information
Source: HOTCOURSES, December 2016.


Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

Nutrition Nursing

Course type


Course summary
Source: HOTCOURSES, December 2016.

There is a growing demand worldwide for highly trained graduates in the field of clinical nutrition and health for positions in the health services, local government, food industries and research and development. Countries all over the world recognise the important role nutrition plays in improving health and preventing disease and have prioritised nutrition and diet within their national health plans. Most countries worldwide have identified a need to increase the capacity of their nutrition workforce, but few have the resources to provide this in their own country beyond undergraduate level. The MSc Clinical Nutrition and Health is designed to address this priority. It is aimed at medical doctors, graduates of life sciences (with a strong underpinning in physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, health psychology, food science) and degree level health professionals who want to improve their knowledge of clinical nutrition. The programme will be of particular interest to overseas students for whom this specialist field of study may not be available in their country of origin. The MSc research project develops their research skills, scientific writing skills and consolidates their knowledge base in clinical nutrition and health.

Different course options
Source: HOTCOURSES, December 2016.

Study mode

Full time


1 year

Start date


Tuition fees
Source: HOTCOURSES, December 2016.

UK fees
Course fees for UK / EU students

For this course (per year)


Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)


International fees
Course fees for non-UK / EU students

For this course


Average for all Postgrad courses (per year)


Entry requirements
Source: HOTCOURSES, December 2016.

Students should have a UK Honours degree 2:1 (or equivalent) in medicine, biological sciences, dietetics or nutrition, including evidence of studying human physiology and biochemistry in final years of degree.