King's has a well organised and integrated approach to the delivery of its dietetics programme coupled with outstanding facilities, lecturers and campus environments. Whilst the degree programme so far has been challenging, it has caused me to grow as a person as well as an academic student.
It is exciting to be based in the heart of a vibrant and diverse city such as London where there is never a shortage of things to do or places to go. Despite what others have said I have not found London to be an overly expensive place for a student to live, providing I stick to my budgets.
A degree from King's opens many doors and looks outstanding on any CV, which I hope will enable me to go in any of the many directions Dietetics can take me.
Studying Nutrition and Dietetics at King's, my passion for food has only grown stronger. The course allows me to develop my communication skills and has built upon my self esteem and confidence. The course lecturers are all very approachable and friendly when advice is needed. King's also encourage academic excellence and there are numerous scholarships and funding offered to support an enriching learning experience.
In addition to the innovative teaching styles offered by King's experts students studying at King's also benefit from its excellent location. Being situated at the centre of tourist attractions makes getting around London a lot easier and throughout the year there are numerous festivals that take place along the Thames. I feel very fortunate to be studying at the most culturally diverse city and to be able to come in contact with the various different cultures.
King's is well known reputation around the world and I feel very proud that this is the University where I undertook my degree.
I am a member of the Nutrition Society, and attend meetings because I find it very interesting to integrate lecture material with seminars, by nutritionists and dietitians working in different fields.
My campus is very well equipped and I have access to the library, computer rooms, canteens and bars whenever I need them. The extra-curricular experience at King's has been fun. I used to live in halls of residence and met many people that I still go out with even now that I have my own flat.
Living in London means you can do something different everyday because the city is full of places to have fun with your friends. Even the College offers bars and clubs where students can mingle. London is an expensive city, but there are many student discounts that help to keep finances under control.