Meet the FMUL Degree in Nutrition Sciences
The review done at the end of this first year following the implementation of the Nutritional Sciences degree at the FMUL couldn't be more positive.
We have had great demand on the part of higher education applicants, the students here are a motivated, interested, dynamic group full of commitment to understanding the phenomena of nutrition. The academic community at the FMUL, whether lecturers/non-lecturing staff, or medical students, have also welcomed these students to academic life at the Faculty in a very inclusive way, recognising their identity as students of nutritional sciences.
But this first year was only the beginning. For this second year, we are now counting on "new reinforcements." New professors with advanced expertise in specific fields of nutrition, new agreements signed with external entities, new relationships with international universities are now being established and, not least, new research projects, whether in the clinical field or the public field, are now gaining prominence. The future looks promising!
What motivates us is believing that we are capable of guaranteeing a very solid, multidisciplinary and diverse undergraduate degree that, in the future, will allow our students to continually choose the speciality of nutrition where they intend on coming to develop and differentiate their professional practice.
Bring on 2019/2020.
Professor Catarina Sousa Guerreiro
Coordinator of Nutrition Science Degree