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You are a people person. You care about health and want to make a positive impact on the lives of people you meet. If you believe that good health comes from the inside, the Diploma in Nutrition, Health and Wellness (DNHW) is tailored just for you.

This course is the only full-time diploma course in Singapore that combines nutrition, health and wellness. The science-based curriculum will let you explore the factors that contribute to disease prevention and control; as well as the promotion and maintenance of good health. The course is supported by a first-of-its-kind Nutrition, Health and Wellness Centre (NHWC) that integrates training and provides support for community health initiatives.

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Nutrition, Health and Wellness Centre


Science that nourishes
health and wellness

"DNHW has provided me with many enriching and fulfilling experiences here in SP. It has helped shaped me into an all-rounder, ready to enter the workforce. The continuous support from my lecturers and course mates is what keeps me going."


Melissa Tay Hui Juan
Nutrition, Health and Wellness Course Gold Medallist 2016
Singapore Food Manufacturers' Association Gold Medal recipient


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DNHW in the News

 He finds path life after father's death

Nurses' dedication to his father inspires Nutrition, Health and Wellness student to work towards being a physiotherapist

 Rebel Turned Aspiring Doctor

From being a defiant teenager to becoming a medical student – Amanda Chia is truly an inspiration to those who are determined to change their lives.

 PAy It Forward

Nutrition, Health & Wellness students shared healthy eating tips with residents from the Jalan Besar GRC.

 Getting more than a kick out of silat

Nutrition, Health and Wellness alumna, Haziqah Haron, shared the health benefits of silat.