This upgrade to MSc course has been established specifically for students who already hold an International Olympic Committee (IOC) postgraduate diploma in Sports Nutrition.
The course provides high quality research training through planning, conducting and writing up a research project enabling those working in the field of Sport Nutrition to undertake, understand and inform others about research in their chosen area of study.
Studying for a degree means learning in different ways; managing your own time; conducting research; mastering new computer skills. We have the facilities and advice on hand to help you do all this - and do it well.
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Applicants must have met the entrance requirements for, and must have successfully completed, the IOC postgraduate diploma in Sports Nutrition. For information on how to enrol for the IOC diploma in Sports Nutrition please visit the following website: www.sportsoracle.com/Nutrition/Home/
If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills:
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If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. View our range of pre-sessional courses.
If you are interested in studying a module from this course, the Postgraduate Certificate or the Postgraduate Diploma then please email email@example.com to discuss your course of study.
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Students are required to conduct a novel research project and write up a research report (dissertation) of 3,000-5,000 words in the form of a scientific journal paper.
The topic of research must be approved in advance by the Faculty. For full-time candidates the project reports must be submitted within six months of entry onto the course. For part-time candidates these must be submitted within 12 months from date of entry onto the course.
The examiners may allow a research project which is deemed to be unsatisfactory to be revised and submitted for re-assessment within a specified time period.
A grade will be awarded for the research project written report. A grade will also be assigned to an oral presentation of the research upon submission of the project report. A question and answer examination with the external examiner will be required for all candidates.
Enrolment for this course is available on the first of each month.
MSc taken over six months (must be based in Stirling)
MSc taken over 12 months (can be based off-campus) *
*Off-campus study for part-time students may be possible in some cases if a suitable project can be agreed. Students must contact the Faculty if interested in studying off-campus.
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