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Further education courses related to food and nutrition

MSc Food Policy at City University, London

Our MSc Food Policy gives you an opportunity to develop: a strong and critical grasp of both the theoretical and empirical aspect of food policy, expertise and an in depth knowledge, and good understanding of the breadth of food policy in the United Kingdom within a European and International context.

You will learn how to conduct critical analysis of public policy and how to apply these skills in the workplace and community.

Students come from a wide range of backgrounds: environmental health, trading standards, local government, the civil service, NGOs, food manufacturing, retail or catering, nutrition or dietetics, or may be seeking to return to work or to enhance their personal understanding of food policy.

This programme will prepare you for policy and management roles in a wide area of food policy related sectors.

The MSc is offered as a full time, part time or distance learning (also part time) mode of study.

For further information click on http://www.city.ac.uk/hmfp/foodpolicy/courses/index.html

MSc International Public Health Nutrition at the University of Westminster

Are you interested in learning about global food and nutrition issues? Do you want to develop professional skills in public health nutrition? The University of Westminster runs a Masters course addressing the challenges of food security in developing countries and diet related diseases in industrialised countries.

Students will be trained in basic nutritional science, statistics, epidemiology, research methods, methods of nutritional assessment, and nutrition programme design, and will develop the skills needed to work in a variety of settings, therefore enhancing their professional skills and competencies, employability and development as public health professionals.

For more information please see http://www.westminster.ac.uk/sih/page-159 or contact the course leader, Jessica Swann on +44 (0)20 7911 5000 ext 3908 or email swannj@westminster.ac.uk