Human Nutrition & Dietetics
The CORU Dietetians Registration Board has approved this programme leading to the qualification title of Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
• Nutrition Communication & Education
• Preparation for Practice Education
• Food & Nutrition throughout life
• Dietetic Assessment & Practice
• Food Science & Food Skills
• Food Service Theory & Practice
• Research Methods for Education and Health Sciences
• Medical Nutrition Therapy
• Nutritional Epidemiology & Translational Research
• Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics A
• Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics B
• Clinical Placement 1
• Research Project 1
• Research Project 2
• Public Health & Community Nutrition
• Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics C
• Community Placement
• Innovation in Management for Health & Social Care
• Research Project 3
• Engaging through Complexity
• Clinical Placement 2
Minimum of a second class honours primary degree (Level 8 National Qualifications Authority of Ireland) or a postgraduate degree (Level 9 National Qualifications Authority of Ireland). Applicants must have successfully completed units/modules in Biochemistry and Human Physiology (NFQ level 8 or higher) as part of the primary or postgraduate degree or other relevant degree from a recognised University. Applicants must demonstrate in their application where these prerequisite subjects have been met (i.e. in what modules and how many credits). Candidates may apply to this programme in the final semester of an undergraduate programme and must produce evidence that all requirements for postgraduate study are met by the end of June in the year that the programme commences.
Applicants must also satisfy the English Language Requirements* of the University. The University reserves the right to shortlist and interview applicants as deemed necessary. Successful completion of the Garda clearance process, Health Screening & Vaccinations Certification, Manual Handling and CPR certification are programme requirements for this degree programme. Health Screening/Vaccination Certificates will incur costs to the student.
How to apply:
1. Choose your programme.
2. Check closing date for the programme.
3. Apply online at www.ul.ie
4. Have your supporting documentation ready to upload.
5. Pay the application fee (€35 online / €40 bank draft or cheque).
6. Submit your application.
Applications must include:
Applicants must clearly state where the prerequisite subjects of Biochemistry and Human Physiology have been met (i.e. in what modules and how many credits) at (NFQ level 8 or higher) as part of the primary or postgraduate degree or other relevant degree from a recognised University.
Qualification transcripts and certificates (to include transcripts of the prerequisite units biochemistry and human physiology)
An up to date Curriculum Vitae
One page personal statement
2 references (one academic and one employment related)
A copy of your birth certificate (long document)
If your qualifications have been obtained in a country where English is an official language this will suffice
If this is not available, the following additional documents must be provided:
• English translation of your qualification(s)/transcripts
• English language competency certificate
2 Years Full-Time.