Nutrition and sport and exercise

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Your work and career – Nutrition BSc

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Accreditation

AfN accredited programme logoOur nutrition degree is accredited by the Association for Nutrition so you’ll be eligible to apply via Direct Entry for UKVRN registration as a Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr). Learn more about what the AfN accreditation means for you. 

Placements

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On our nutrition course you’ll get two placement opportunities:

  • In your second year you will spend around 50 hours with a not-for-profit organisation gaining experience of public health practice. The placement will be within a public health or nutrition related organisation, in the not-for-profit sector, such as a local authority, non-governmental organisation, NHS, charity, social enterprise or similar.
  • In your final year you will spend around 40 hours in the commercial sector where you’ll be challenged to demonstrate your skills as a consultant within a nutritional setting. related problem or exploit a nutrition related opportunity.

Volunteering

Find out how volunteering at Brighton can improve your employability.

Working while you study

Visit our webpage to find out more about looking for a part-time job.

Work for the university

A great way to earn money that fits in around your studies is to work for the university. Roles include student helpers, student ambassadors, advisers, residential accommodation advisers and staff and volunteers for Brighton Students’ Union.

Watch our video – Lois tells us about the range of things she gets to do as a student ambassador

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