BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Health course preparation
To help you feel prepared for your university studies, we’ve gathered together a range of course related activities including suggested reading, useful websites and some great things to do right now. Open the links below to find out more:
Before starting this accredited programme, you may want to familiarise yourself with the Association for Nutrition.
Here are a few other useful websites you may want to visit:
Things to do over summer
When considering starting a degree it is important that you prepare in advance. There are a number of ways that you can do this.
Reading is a core skills when studying and so you can start by reading material relevant to Nutrition and Health. Keeping abreast of nutrition related information within the news and starting to read some journals around nutrition and health. This can include following nutritionists, dietitians, the World Health Organisation and other nutrition related information on social media such as through Twitter or Blogs.
You could also spend some time revising some science related topics, such as GCSE science revision text books etc.
Volunteering is a valuable way, not only to achieve personal development, but also to build the transferable and specific skills sought by employers.
The University values your contribution as a volunteer and through the Volunteer Award, Edge Hill Works seeks to reward your community involvement.
The award has been designed to allow you to log and reflect on the hours you spend volunteering. For further information on how you can achieve this award upon commencement of your course, please visit the Careers Centre web page.
Additional ways to prepare
Preparing to start
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The following information provides an insight into what to expect when coming to university along with some good advice on how to navigate some of the potential challenges you may face.Start preparing yourself