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The Bachelor’s Degree in Global Nutrition and Health is a 3½ year higher education programme taught in English. [+]
Bachelor's Degree in Global Nutrition and Health from Metropolitan University College on Vimeo.Structure of the programme The Bachelor Programme in Global Nutrition and Health consists of 7 semesters, each of 30 ECTS the student must complete to graduate as Bachelor of Global Nutrition and Health. Internships The Internships are an integrated part of the Bachelor's Degree in Global Nutrition and Health. You have the opportunity to go on internships in Denmark or abroad. Bachelor Project On semester 7 you will be doing your Bachelor Project including your Bachelor Thesis. Bachelor Project – 30 ECTS Your study at The Bachelor's Degree in Global Nutrition and Health ends with a Bachelor Project consisting of an Academic Skills Training Course, an internship & a Bachelor Thesis. Bachelor Thesis Submission of a bachelor thesis is a partial requirement for completion of the Bachelor’s Degree in Global Nutrition and Health. By writing a thesis you demonstrate your ability to produce a relatively lengthy academic work while combining the skills you have gained during the first three years of education. Your Bachelor Thesis can be prepared individually or in groups of... [-]
The English language programme of the Faculty of Medicine is supported since 1991, as an evidence of the evolution to European integration of many institutions from Romania. Teachers of the Faculty of Medicine who are supporting and teaching programme in English, have shown and proven a very good command of this language, evidenced by exchanges and international relations with the Anglo-Saxon countries and their certificates of knowledge of the language. [+]