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ABOUT THE COURSEOur Masters degree in Food and Nutritional Sciences with four different specialisms (Food Science and Innovation; Public Health Nutrition; Clinical Nutrition; Nutrition, Sport and Health) has been designed to enable students to develop excellence in appropriate research planning skills, together with a focus on the dissemination of outcomes in both academic and applied settings.The course will provide students with a specialist training, ensuring they can confidently respond to
ABOUT THE COURSE
Our Master's degree in Food and Nutritional Sciences with four different specialisms (Food Science and Innovation; Public Health Nutrition; Clinical Nutrition; Nutrition, Sport and Health) has been designed to enable students to develop excellence in appropriate research planning skills, together with a focus on the dissemination of outcomes in both academic and applied settings.
The course will provide students with a specialist training, ensuring they can confidently respond to the challenges faced by skilled nutritionists working in a variety of fields.
What can I do with a Food and Nutritional sciences MRes degree?
A Masters in Food and Nutritional Sciences is ideal for those who are interested in pursuing careers in the following areas:
Sport and Physical Activity
Government and Public Sector Agencies
Further Research and Academia
You will be taught in our Health Sciences building, which features specialist laboratories, including a phlebotomist suite for blood sampling and a number of purpose-built food and clinical nutrition laboratories. These include industry standard food laboratories, facilities for sensory evaluation and consumer food research, and a variety of teaching and research laboratories containing highly specialist instruments used for applied Food and Nutritional Sciences research.
Liverpool Hope University is set across two green campuses: Hope Park, just four miles from Liverpool city centre, and the Creative Campus, close to the city centre. There is also a small residential campus at Aigburth Park. Over the last 10 years, there has been a significant investment in buildings and equipment of over £76 million.
Each year over 1,000 postgraduate students choose to study a range of postgraduate taught, research and PGCE courses at Liverpool Hope. Over 77% of academic staff are qualified to doctoral level – Liverpool Hope University is ranked 8th of all UK universities for percentage of academic staff with doctorates*.