A first or second class honours degree in a relevant discipline. This should include knowledge of fundamental human anatomy, physiology and biochemistry. If you have a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy and would like to progress to a Masters Degree please contact the course Leader Alison Benbow to discuss email@example.com.
If you do not have a degree and have graduated with an NTEC accredited Diploma in Nutritional Therapy within the last four years you maybe eligible for direct entry onto the course. Please contact the course leader directly to discuss Alison Benbow firstname.lastname@example.org
An undergraduate access module "Access to Nutritional therapy" available for those with a higher education qualification that does not meet our entry requirements. In this case, passing this module with a 2:2 may be an additional entry requirement for the course.
The IELTS score required for international applicants is 7, with a minimum of 6.5 in each area. Other English Language qualifications will be considered.
Prior to starting the clinical practice module, students are also required to have student membership of a professional body e.g BANT and student professional indemnity insurance. It is the students' responsibility to pay for these. Membership of a professional body is recommended from the start of'the course.
You will need a working knowledge of Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, email systems and the use of the internet. However, if you do not have these skills the University will be able to help you.
The course team is committed to the University of Worcester's aim of widening participation in higher education