Career opportunities after studying applied food and nutritional sciences

Interview with Tatiana Mogileva Grixti

Tatiana Mogileva Grixti

After visiting Health Awareness Day organised by members of the Malta Health Students’ Organisation last month in Sliema, The Zone decided to shed more light on the new course in applied food and nutritional sciences offered for the first time this year by the University of Malta.

Specifically, The Zone scouted one of the course’s students for an interview to gain insight into the course objectives and the professional paths one can take once the course is completed.

Tatiana Mogileva Grixti is only a first year student in the BSc.course in Applied Food and Nutritional Sciences but she has already realised the unexplored (and still unoccupied) professional niche her course is leading her to.

About Tatiana
Age: 21
First-year student in BSc. in Applied Food and Nutritional Sciences at the University of Malta

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