Sports Studies degrees

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Studying sports studies

Sports studies degrees can focus on a number of different aspects of sport, like physical education, sports science, sports development and coaching. During the degree, you’ll look at the role sport plays in society and the course will probably draw from several disciplines, including psychology, physiology, health and fitness, and cultural studies. You’ll learn theory as well as enjoy a practical side to the course, using specialist facilities and equipment, while some sports studies degrees also include the opportunity of a work placement. You’ll develop a broad set of skills and knowledge that can be applied to several employment areas, including sports participation, coaching, performance, events, business and sports science.