Bachelor of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences / Arts

Study Discipline: Medical & Health Sciences
Study Programme Details
City: Brisbane
Country: Australia
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


48 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Fuel your passion for human movement, sport, exercise, and nutrition while delving into a diverse array of arts disciplines. Our program merges the dynamic realms of physical activity and nutrition sciences with the expansive world of arts, equipping you with a robust skill set poised to revolutionize health outcomes for individuals and communities.

Embark on a transformative journey where creativity meets critical thinking, underpinned by a profound understanding of human physiology and nutrition. This dual program serves as a springboard for cultivating a versatile portfolio of skills transferable across various sectors, including healthcare, government, education, business, finance, and higher education.


Unveil the intricacies of human movement and nutrition sciences as you traverse through the Bachelor of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences. Gain profound insights into the mechanisms driving human kinetics and the pivotal role nutrition plays in optimizing health outcomes across all stages of life. Explore the symbiotic relationship between food, physical activity, exercise, and sleep, illuminating pathways for disease prevention and enhanced sporting performance.

At the heart of our program lies the vast landscape of UQ’s arts curriculum, unrivaled in its scope and diversity across Australia. With over 45 study areas spanning the humanities, social sciences, and languages, you’ll embark on a transformative academic odyssey, broadening your horizons and honing your craft amidst a rich tapestry of cultural exploration.

Forge multiple pathways to professional fulfillment, from engaging with diverse communities to influencing policy within governmental organizations and thriving in the consultancy sphere.

Admission Requirements

  • Queensland Year 12 (or equivalent) with a focus on General English, Mathematics, and Science.
  • Meet the minimum entry scores for both the Bachelor of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences and the Bachelor of Arts programs.
  • Fulfill English language proficiency requirements through recognized tests such as IELTS, TOEFL iBT, PTE Academic, BE, or CES.
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
  • Ancient Greek
  • Ancient History
  • Ancient History/History

Annual fee:

  • International:AUD $44,000
  • Domestic:$12,640

Future Career Outcomes

Step into the footsteps of our accomplished alumni who have made indelible marks in their respective fields. Witness firsthand how our program meets the ever-evolving demands of industries, fostering a cadre of professionals equipped with both expertise and adaptability. Develop an array of skills tailored to thrive in a dynamic job market, where innovation and collaboration reign supreme.

Visa Requirements:

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