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Course summary

Course overview

  • The University of Central Lancashire is regarded as a leader in the field of nutrition and exercise sciences. Delivered by a blend of experienced researchers and applied practitioners, our MSc in Nutrition and Exercise Sciences reinforces evidence-based practice and focuses on the study of applied nutrition in sport and exercise.
  • You will be taught contemporary nutrition and exercise science concepts. Your learning also takes place in a strong vocational context – you’ll develop the fundamental practitioner skills required for employment in applied nutrition practice and research.
Why study with us
  • Learn from an expert team. The Division of Sport, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences is home to some of the world’s leading researchers in the field, making this course truly unique.
  • The use of a unique combination of academic study, research and sports science experience leaves you well equipped to enter practice.
  • We’ll support your development of presentation skills, problem-solving abilities, inferential numeracy and statistical skills, and informed decision-making processes.


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Entry requirements

2:2 Hons degree or equivalent degree associated with sport and exercise and or nutritional sciences. Other subject areas may be considered from students interested in a new area of study, and enquiries should be made to the course leader Dr Jonathan Sinclair ([email protected]). IELTS: 6.5 with no subscore lower than 6.0

Fees and funding

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Nutrition and Exercise Science at University of Central Lancashire - UCAS