Bond University’s Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice program is designed to develop graduates to be work-ready for careers in nutrition and dietetics across practice areas including clinical dietetics, private practice, food service management, public health nutrition, sports nutrition and nutrition research. The program develops student competencies to exceed the accreditation requirements of the Dietitians Association of Australia, making graduates eligible to apply for accredited practising dietitian (APD) status within the Dietitians Association of Australia. This program is distinctive because of its emphasis on developing evidence-based practitioners that have had intensive preparation in evidence-based dietetic practice, nutrition research and international engagement. All students are required to participate in an international placement as part of their program. Read about some of their stories below.

Apply for Bond University’s Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice program here.

 

Simulation is a powerful learning tool that mimics real life situations dietitians may encounter when interacting with patients. Today, Bond students get to interact with both real patients and patient ‘actors’ in hospital wards and ‘private practice’ settings. This bridges the gap.


Bond University Head of Nutrition and Dietetics Professor Liz Isenring shares the value of 1:1 student access to industry leaders like Maggie Beer, while Maggie discusses the importance of nutrition in the education sphere.


 

Every year the Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice students at Bond University are required to participate in an overseas placements experience. The program facilitates a work-integrated learning approach to the degree and have structured the assessments to be geared towards authentic tasks to ensure graduates are work ready. Read their latest blog post: “Frankfurters, future generations & faraway lands“ here.


Embedded into Bond University’s Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice program are internships in clinical, food service, research and community and public health nutrition as well as an international and elective placement. Read one student’s experience here.


Is a degree no longer enough? Discover an experience in international nutrition and dietetics at Bond University. Learn more here.