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This is my first post so apologies if this isn't in the correct forum, I can't seem to find a more appropriate section.
I am looking to choose a US college/university to study a major in Nutrition & Dietetics starting next fall. I am a UK citizen but I have been to the US before twice. The people were extremely good to me and I respect the country, I'd like to study there for a variety of reasons, i'd love to be in sports nutrition at the end of it.
To take this career path I need to find an ACEND accredited college course( this is the academy of nutrition and dietetics in the US, the most recognized/only establishment). I know where to look for these and have a few in mind.
I don't believe I need to do a TOEFL exam because I've been schooled in England, is that correct?
Are there any types of on-line qualifications I can do which will bolster my application or display high levels of academic talent?
I graduated high school here obviously but I would be going for an undergrad in the US.
I am also thinking about California as the place i'd like to study, are living expenses there easier to accommodate than the east coast?