Normally an upper second class honours degree or equivalent, but applications will be reviewed on an individual basis.
Months of entry
This intellectually stimulating MRes Sport and Exercise Medicine programme allows students to develop their career in sport and health through a critical appreciation of contemporary issues and developments within the field. Through critical reflection it equips students with the skills and knowledge to plan for these changes, implement them and deal with any challenges.
This programme is a project based and work centred programme, providing a particularly responsive alternative approach to professional development that is rooted in the concept of action research and encourages students to explore issues as they emerge. The University has the only British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) accredited laboratory in the SouthWest and students will have access to these facilities to complete their studies. Students will also have the opportunity to work with elite and young elite athletes. Students will attend research seminars which feature leading national and international academics presenting on various topics within the discipline of sport and exercise science.
The programme is structured around a flexible though clearly framed series of supervised projects. There are three x 60 credit modules delivered through lectures, seminars, individual tutorials and distance learning. Each project focuses on a clear theme which is key to a critical appreciation of the professional area and has its own qualification outcome.
Information for international students
Students must have IELTS score of 6.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
Up to 60 months part time, delivered in the evenings(4pm - 7pm), through individual tutorials and distance learning
Course contact details
- 01752 636890