Strength & Conditioning MSc – funding options available

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Strength & Conditioning MSc

If you wish to work with sports performers as a strength and conditioner, or applied sports scientist, this innovative course is for you. It is designed to meet the needs of students interested in the optimisation of fitness capacities required for high-level performance in sport. It will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to pursue professional accreditation with a number of bodies including the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) and the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA).

Why choose this course?

  • Enhanced employability with practical application of theory, allowing you opportunities to gain professional accreditation in your chosen field
  • Key feature CIMSPA S&C Trainer Qualification embedded within degree, at no extra cost
  • Explore a range of disciplines and their contribution to helping athletes increase their performance


Increased investment in sport has opened up new opportunities for careers in strength and conditioning and sport science support, not only at the elite level of sport, but also at grassroots/school sport.

Why study Sport at Beds?

  • You’ll benefit from our excellent facilities, including six purpose-built British Association of Sport & Exercise Science (BASES) accredited sport and exercise science laboratories, nutrition research kitchen and two molecular and cellular physiology labs, which promote excellence in both teaching and research.
  • You have the opportunity to get involved with research projects and through undertaking additional sporting qualifications alongside your degree.
  • Want a bit of the big-city buzz at an affordable cost? Well, London is just a short train journey from Luton and Bedford.

Discover more about this course and funding options available

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