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MSc Strength, Conditioning and Rehabilitation

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    MSc 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time

Course Description

If you’re interested in a career helping athletes achieve their performance goals, prevent and accelerate recovery from injury, and improve their overall health, this Master’s in Strength, Conditioning and Rehabilitation is ideal.

You’ll focus on using prescriptive exercise to improve their performance, and learn through practice with the specialist equipment you’ll use in your career.

When you graduate, you’ll be equipped with the technical knowledge and professional skills to succeed in this growing industry, whether as part of an organisation or as a freelance practitioner. You’ll be ready to confidently and effectively develop and rehabilitate athletes of all abilities and backgrounds.

Entry Requirements

Qualifications or experience

  • A second-class honours degree in a relevant subject or a master’s degree in an appropriate subject. Exceptionally, equivalent professional experience and/or qualifications will be considered.

English language requirements

  • English language proficiency at a minimum of IELTS band 6.5 with no component score below 6.0.

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Fees

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Programme Funding

If you meet our criteria, you could get a £3000 tuition fees discount – visit website for details

Student Destinations

Strength and conditioning is a growing profession and the ability to offer rehabilitation to athletes is becoming a requirement for many positions in the sporting and fitness industries. So you’re likely to have a lot of employment options when you graduate.

You could work as a strength and conditioner or rehabilitation, strength and conditioner at all levels, including in club, national, international organisations, as a self-employed practitioner or within a club or sporting organisation.

You could also go on to gain further vocational qualifications with organisations such as the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES).

Module Details

Core modules in this year include:

  • Biomechanics of Strength and Conditioning – 30 credits
  • MSc Research Development and Practice – 60 credits
  • Rehabilitation in Strength and Conditioning – 30 credits
  • Strength and Conditioning Development (Placement module) – 30 credits
  • Strength and Conditioning Practice – 30 credits
  • There are no optional modules in this year.

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