At least a good second class honours degree is required.
Months of entry
This programme has been designed provide students with the opportunity to develop a critical understanding of the principles and application of research design and analytical methods relevant to the scientific study of the physiology of sport and exercise. The programme facilitates the integration of theory and professional practice, and throughout the programme the research process and emphasis on student autonomy of learning become increasingly important. You may have the opportunity to prepare for the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) supervisory experience training, which is normally a pre-requisite of the Association's professional accreditation.
The taught element of the programme includes a 20 credit compulsory Research Skills module which students combine with 40 credits from the following optional modules: peer reviewing of scientific research; presentations in statistics; exercise is medicine; performance psychology; performance physiology; sports injury rehabilitation. Students will undertake a research project: under the guidance of their supervising tutor(s), they will pro-actively determine the content of this unit.
Information for international students
Students who achieve a score of 6.5 or above, with no individual component at less than 6.0, are eligible for direct entry to the course. Students who achieve 6.4 to 6.0 may be considered but will be required to attend an English Language Course in the summer preceding their course.
Fees and funding
The School will reward academic excellence at entry. A fee reduction of £1,000 will be applied for self-funding Home/EU students who achieve a first class honours degree (or equivalent).
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Jonathan Moore
- 01248 388256