Holly Davage

By lucywilliams September 8, 2020

Well put it this way, I had already a paid €500 for a Food & Nutrition MSc when I enrolled in MNU. I have not felt the need to commence the Masters and I don’t think I will go back to it!

I have had my fair share of academic experience but the one thing I have been missing is the skills to put my knowledge into practice. MNU provided me with the tools I needed to translate my years of learning into becoming a good practitioner.

Highlights for me were getting to know so many like-minded people, developing confidence in my knowledge and my capabilities and discovering my strengths and my ability to be a good coach.

MNU has provided me with the confidence to set up my own coaching business and to share the knowledge I have acquired to help others too.

I have really felt like a part of a community and being a member of the MNU family has given me the confidence and motivation to further educate myself in the world of nutrition and be the best practitioner I can be.