Study nutrition science and eHealth
Are you interested in studying nutrition, nutrition science or eHealth intervention design? The IMPACT group is involved in educational activities at both bachelor, masters and doctoral level. Explore the links below to read more about the programmes and courses that we offer.
First- and second level education in nutrition
The Bachelor programme in Nutrition (180 hp, Swe)
The Bachelor programme in Nutrition is given by Stockholm University (SU) but all nutrition related courses are held at BioNut, KI. The programme is grounded in natural science and covers various topics within the field of nutrition - from chemistry, biology and molecular nutrition to clinical aspects, epidemiology and public health.
The Global Masters' programme in Nutrition Science (120 ECTS)
Read more about our Global Masters' programme in Nutrition Science at KI, which from 2022 is a 2-year program at BioNut, KI. What is nutrition science, why study it, and what will you learn? Also, listen to what some of our former students got to say.
Looking for a BCs or MSc or project? PhD exchange? Postdoc?
Students in nutrition or similar programs who are interested in our research are welcome to contact Maria Henström (Bachelor students), Christine Delisle Nyström (Master students) or Marie Löf (PhD students and international postdocs). Please include your CV and letter of interest.
Doctoral courses arranged by IMPACT group members
If you are a PhD student (or postdoc) and interested in eHealth interventions you are welcome to apply to these new doctoral courses:
"Methods for design and formative evaluation of eHealth interventions", 3 credits (#5301: course syllabus)
Course leader: Maria Henström. Examiner and teacher: Prof Sabine Koch
"Digital lifestyle interventions- from idea to implementation", 3 credits
Course leader: Marie Löf. More info will come soon.
Free-standing courses at BioNut
BioNut also arrange free-standing courses within the field of nutrition:
- "Nutrition, the nutrients and metabolism", 7.5 credits (more information for admitted student, in Swedish)
- "Body composition from a clinical perspective", 7.5 credits (more information for admitted student, in Swedish)