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SPORT AND EXERCISE SCIENCE


Find your dream career in the sports sector, then work towards it by gaining the practical skills employers demand. You can also make connections at our sports and exercise facilities based at Barnet Copthall Stadium, home of Saracens Rugby Club.


Whether your passion is performance analysis, strength and conditioning, teaching or coaching, our supportive staff will share their experience of working with professional sports teams and athletes. They’ll show you everything you’ll need to go the distance.





The sport facilities are amazing, especially at the human movement lab where various testing occurs.


CHRISTOPHER BSc SPORT AND EXERCISE SCIENCE


Sport and Exercise Rehabilitation* BSc Gain the knowledge and practical skills you need to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate musculoskeletal injuries. You’ll benefit from 400 hours of placements in a variety of settings, in a degree accredited by the British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers.


UCAS code C604 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/219


Sport and Exercise Science* BSc Study the full potential of sport and exercise sciences, gaining expert knowledge in scientific methods from sports psychology to the study of the human form. Work closely with clubs ranging from recreational to professional in a degree with a 100% employment rate (DLHE1


, 2017).


UCAS code C615 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/218


Sport and Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning)* BSc Meet the challenges of elite level performance by studying the theory and putting your skills into practice by developing effective strength and conditioning programmes. You’ll use professional-level facilities on this degree with a 100% employment record. (DLHE1


, 2017).


UCAS code CQ00 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/222


Sport and Exercise Science (Physical Education and Coaching)* BSc Explore a wide range of topics in sport and exercise science, while focusing on effective teaching and coaching. Use our modern research labs, health and fitness suites and more at Allianz Park, guided by active and experienced sports professionals.


UCAS code C60F Entry requirements 112 UCAS points* Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/221


GRADUATE CAREERS Get ahead in a range of specialist roles in the fast- growing sport and exercise industry. You’ll gain the skills to succeed in key areas like coaching, performance analysis, sports rehabilitation, health promotion and personal fitness training.


*Including subject-specific requirements. Please see website for full details.


Foundation year in Sport available – see page 133


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