If you are interested in food, nutrition and health, enjoy communicating with people and have an aptitude for science - a career as a dietitian could be for you.
Dietitians need to have a critical and enquiring mind, good organisational skills and initiative, good written and verbal communication skills and be able to work effectively with people.
Employment prospects for dietitians are constantly growing and evolving in both the public and private sectors.
This website will outline the wealth of career opportunities for dietitians. Many of the main employment areas for graduates are listed below.
- Patient care
- Public health nutrition
- Food service
- Consultancy/private practice
- Food Industry
- Research and teaching
- Sports nutrition
This three-trimester course builds on your undergraduate knowledge in physiology, biochemistry and nutrition and gets you professionally accredited in just 18 months.