Level 3 Nutrition & Weight Management Course
The Level 3 Nutrition course will provide you with the skills to help clients improve their diet and focus on weight loss through one-to-one consultations.Discover More
Nutritionists provide evidence-based information and guidance on the impacts of food and nutrition on the health and wellbeing of people. Nutritionists have a good understanding of nutritional science making them more likely to work within research, the food industry, community projects, and preventative health.
Nutritionists are qualified at Nutritionist degree level (BSc) or higher and have to be members of the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists (UKVRN) if they want to use the title 'Registered Nutritionist' (RNutr). Being a Nutritionist allows you to use your expertise in diet and food sciences to help clients with specific dietary requirements and goals. To do this at the Nutritionist level they have to be degree qualified.
Dietician's are qualified at Nutritionist degree level and normally work within:
Nutritionist are qualified at Nutritionist degree level and normally work within:
Every university will have their own entry requirements for a nutrition degree, so it is best to check with the institution you are interested in applying to. You will normally need to have at least a B grade in biology plus at least one other subject such as applied science, chemistry, physics, or maths.
The only way to become a qualified Nutritionist is to study for a degree in nutrition at a University. Most careers will require at least an undergraduate degree (BSc), registered nutritionist (RNutr) with nutrition specialism in public health, nutrition science, sport & exercise, food or animal nutrition.