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Nutrition (Exercise and Health) BSc(Hons): Course features

What this course offers you

This course explores the role of exercise and nutrition in maintaining good health and controlling and preventing disease. It offers a stimulating, topical degree programme with good career prospects. You gain an understanding of the complex functioning of the human body. Features include:

  • This course scored 100 per cent for student satisfaction in the 2016 National Student Survey (NSS) course ranking.
  • Kingston University was ranked 15th out of 69 institutions – and first in London – in the Guardian University Guide 2016: league table for sports science.
  • We are a friendly and diverse university where you will be welcomed and valued.
  • Optional modules at Level 3 allow you to tailor your degree to your own interests and career goals.
  • Our extensive facilities include access to:
    • high-specification physiology and biomechanics laboratories;
    • playing fields;
    • a fitness centre; and
    • an environmental chamber.
  • Sport staff are involved with the performance of athletes and sports squads at the highest level; nutrition staff are involved in public health, professional activities and research.
  • Our teaching has been rated as 'excellent' by teaching quality inspectors.
  • Supportive staff will help encourage you to reach your full potential.
  • You will have a personal tutor throughout your time at university, who will be your first port of call if you need help.

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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This course is taught at Penrhyn Road

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