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- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on website
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Face-to-face teaching in seminars, meetings, workshops and lab sessions, with larger sessions such as lectures held online instead.
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4 Nutrition reviews at University of Nottingham
Nutrition and Dietetics, MNutr
Absolutely love my course, I find most tutors to be great and explain things clearly and are also very helpful in case we have questions. The university offers a lot of support which is amazing. Some modules may seem odd at first but they all tie together.
Nutrition and Food Science, BSc Hons
Very interesting curriculum covering different aspects of the food industry and nutrition even in first year. We even got to go on a Food Tour to look into food factories in real life. Some teachers were not very good at explaining though.
Nutrition, BSc Hons
This course costs £6500 and it 100% NOT worth the money. They pretend to care about you in the first semester and we have regular meetings with your personal tutor and you learn about the fundamentals of nutrition (relevant). After that, probably when they've received the next payment, the interest in you drops off and you're only in 2 half days a week. Don't do this course if you're looking to get a job out of it... you don't learn any industry experience or real-life examples. The postgraduate end of year project is horrendously organised. You don't hear anything about throughout the year and then you're given a random list of project titles (all of which were very uninspiring this year) and you have to pick your favourite (this is around March). Then you don't hear anything for ages... but suddenly you have to be available when they say. Don't expect to be able to plan any sort of summer plans because they'll mess you around.