Our BSc (Hons) Nutrition students share how their course at BU contributes to their personal and professional growth, as well as their excitement for the opportunity to present their placement experience at the Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE) Conference. “My three years studying nutrition at BU have flown by, however I have refined myself… Read more »
This is a guest blog by graduate student Eleanor Townend So your student days are behind you; the exam results are out, the late night cramming is no more, and you are finally free to do whatever you want with your brand new degree! So… what happens next? It feels like university will last forever… Read more »
This is a guest blog by Ingrid Canudo, current student studying BSc (Hons) Nutrition. Leaving home for the first time can be very stressful for everyone; thinking about making new friends, understanding your course, moving to a new area can all cause anxiety. As well as all this you are now in control of your… Read more »
This is a guest blog written by Ellie Townend. Like many, I thought nutrition was the study of food. Oh, how I was wrong! So many assume nutrition is all about the vitamins, minerals, maybe even a diet or two… Well, I am going to break it to you: this is not BSc Nutrition at… Read more »
Here is Donna Blake’s #MyPlacementStory. She’s studying nutrition and is really enjoying working as a Lab Technologist at DrinkCreate – analysing drinks – on her placement year.
Nutrition is an excellent course to pursue at BU for many different reasons. The reason I love this course is that the lecturers are extremely friendly and are easy to talk to, making you want to listen and learn much more. But putting that aside the resources available to use are excellent, there’s even a… Read more »