St Mary’s University, Twickenham is a modern university, having only gained full university status in 2014, yet can trace its history as a college back to 1850. It’s a friendly university, based on Catholic values, with all 5,000+ students valued, encouraged and supported, with more than 95% of graduates in full-time employment or postgraduate education within six months of completing their studies. The university offers over 82 undergraduate degree pathways across three main academic faculties. These are:
- Education, Humanities and Social Sciences
- Institute of Theology
- Sport, Health and Applied Science
One of the courses offered at St Mary’s, is the MSc Nutrition and Genetics. The MSc in Nutrition and Genetics aims to educate students in molecular biology principles that explain the interactions between human DNA and nutrition and it is the first and only university degree on Nutrition and Genetics in the UK.
The course combines elements from research, enterprise and NHS recommendations/planning in order to provide comprehensive education in the field of Nutrition and Genetics.