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Global Nutrition and Health

Global Nutrition and Health

Are you worried about the state of public health, nutrition and lifestyle?

Apply to study Global Nutrition and Health

Read more about how to apply:


Vacant seats

We have a limited number of vacant seats on the Global nutrition and health programme for study start on 29 August 2018.

To apply for admission, you must do the following:


Please note that it is not possible to apply for admission as a fee-paying student, so to be considered for admission you must be an EU citizen or hold a permanent residence permit or a residence permit issued with the possibility of permanent residency.

Focus is on global challenges within nutrition and health, and the study programme is aimed at the Danish as well as the international labour market.

More about the programme

Read more about academic content and curriculum, admission requirements, enrollment procedures etc. here:

Career opportunities

The bachelor’s degree in Global Nutrition and Health provides you with a wide range of competencies, which can give you many opportunities in your future career. The programme qualifies you to promote public health nutrition and food security through the implementation of comprehensive food and nutrition policies using communication, education and management strategies. Furthermore, the programme prepares you to work independently and in teams in multicultural and interdisciplinary contexts and in a variety of settings, both privately and publicly, to solve complex health challenges with citizens, communities and society at local, regional and global levels. 

Facts

The programme is a 3½ year higher education programme taught in English. The programme is a full-time course, corresponding to 210 ECTS credits, and is open to both Danish and international students.

Read more about Study start

Application deadlines:

  • Quota 1: July 5 at 12 p.m.
  • Quota 2: March 15 at 12 p.m.

Contact

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the study programme, admission etc.:

University College UCC and Metropolitan University College have become University College Copenhagen
University College UCC and Metropolitan University College merged on 1 March 2018. With the merger we will ensure stronger academic environments and create the best conditions for your study life.