Hear from a tutor and student about studying Nutrition at Liverpool Hope. The Nutrition programme at Liverpool Hope has been designed to develop the essential knowledge and understanding as well as intellectual, practical and transferable skills that a nutritionist would require to practice. Our Nutrition curriculum includes a systematic focus on delivery of five core competencies in Nutritional Science
Social and Behavioural Science
Health and Well-being
Professional Conduct The Nutrition programme aims to develop graduates who are: eligible to apply for registration as Associate Nutritionists directly or via submission of a portfolio of evidence to meet the requirement of the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists (UKVRN) as set out by the Association for Nutrition (AfN).
reflective nutritionists with the requisite knowledge, understanding, practical application of understanding and professional attributes consistent with those expected from newly qualified nutrition graduates.
equipped with the core competencies that are essential to enable them to function independently and effectively in the complex, changing environment of the contemporary workplace.
committed to the enhancement of health and wellbeing through inter-professional collaboration with other health care professionals and prepared to make a contribution to the educational, cultural and social life of Liverpool, the North West and beyond. Why choose this subject? 90% of students were satisfied overall with Nutrition at Liverpool Hope University (National Student Survey 2015). Our Nutrition students have access to well-equipped laboratories and lecture facilities, to support learning and research. Furthermore, our interdisciplinary teaching team are committed to providing the highest standard of academic support and guidance. The Nutrition Programme at Liverpool Hope University has a very good student satisfaction rate. The majority of students have been satisfied/very satisfied with their learning experience and in particular with the academic support and range of opportunities available to them. Our Nutrition students have played a key part in the community, initiating and taking part in several regional health initiatives. Staff are actively engaged in research, and are consulted to advise on a range of public health projects locally and nationally. Their research specialisms include micronutrients, cardiovascular health, obesity, diabetes, public health nutrition, sport and exercise nutrition and disability. Furthermore, our students have presented their work at National Nutrition conferences. Tutors have a wide range of experience at local, national and international level. Subject Guides
Read more about studying Nutrition at Liverpool Hope in our Nutrition Subject Guides.
Nutrition Subject Guide