Nutrition & Mental Health (Uni-Certificate)
- Sections of an AIHE remote learning program
- Accessible even without A levels
- Full credit for seamless transition to the corresponding AIHE Master's/Bachelor's Distance Learning program
- Entirely online, no need for physical presence
- Commences in February and September
- Designed for part-time participation
- Registration takes place at the partner university
Upcoming start dates
- Self-paced Online
- Self-paced Online
Who should attend?
The university certificate course is ideal for everyone who is interested in the contents of this further education and would like to educate themself personally and professionally.
- A-level/High school diploma or
- Completed professional education or
- 3 years of work experience
- Introduction to the human digestive system, its structure and function in general and its link to mental health in particular.
- Microbiome as the medical basics of understanding the human gastrointestinal microbiota.
- Nutritional behaviour and most common eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
- Evaluating contemporary findings pointing to the link between gut dysbiosis and precision nutrition to mental health.
Course delivery details
Distance learning course, self-learning concept, without/less contact to other students.
10 – 15 working hours per week
Course Price: 1,348.57 € (VAT exempt).
AIHE GmbH does not offer any scholarships and cannot advise on country-specific funding options.
Why choose AIHE?
The courses are 100% online without attendance
In exceptional cases, it is also possible to apply for a study programme without a first degree
Can be completed in just 1 year of standard study time
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AIHE Academic Institute for Higher Education GmbH
The Academic Institute for Higher Education GmbH (AIHE) is an academic institute accredited by international universities and external auditors. With its own examiners and teaching staff, AIHE runs professional distance learning programmes on behalf of international universities. Students are enrolled...