New UniCamillus MSc Nutrition Sciences call for applications 2024-2025 published

65 available spots, with the possibility of accessing a two-year academic course offering a number of interesting job opportunities

UniCamillus University‘s new call for applications for the academic year 2024-2025 has been published. Applications are open for the MSc Human Nutrition Sciences, whose curriculum aims to train professionals with expertise in nutrition, dietetics and dietology.

The UniCamillus programme in Human Nutrition Sciences offers two academic years of mixed mode lectures, mainly online, with no obligation to attend and with recorded sessions, so as to make the course compatible with students’ daily commitments. Since this is a Master’s degree course, the participants are already graduates and are therefore, in many cases, professionals who need to reconcile career and study.

Access to the course is limited in number, with a selection based on qualifications. Anyone with a degree in Pharmacy, Sports Science, Dietetics, Biological Sciences, Medicine, and Food Science and Technology, as well as other graduates with 48 ECTS credits specified in the call for applications, may participate.

The test will be held on-site, in the computer room of UniCamillus University’s Rome campus and will consist of a questionnaire of 30 multiple-choice questions on biomedical disciplines. There are 65 available spots for successful candidates.

The career paths offered by a degree in Nutrition Sciences are very broad, considering that nutritionists can find employment not only as freelancers, but also in public and private health care, in food and pharmaceutical companies and can teach scientific subjects. Moreover, there is always the possibility of entering the professional biologists board (after passing a state exam).

To register for the test, you must submit your application online at the link, no later than 1pm on 10th September 2024.

The written test will be held on 13th September, and the ranking list will be published on the University’s website by 20th September.

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