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This programme will support you to take your coaching to the next level by becoming a theoretically informed and evidence-based coaching practitioner.You’ll benefit from a range of academically stimulating and industry-relevant modules, delivered by lecturers and professors who are also coaching practitioners for international, national and local clubs, as well as our own performance Sports Academy teams.The course is ideal for recent graduates, as well as coaching practitioners in
This programme will support you to take your coaching to the next level by becoming a theoretically informed and evidence-based coaching practitioner.
You’ll benefit from a range of academically stimulating and industry-relevant modules, delivered by lecturers and professors who are also coaching practitioners for international, national and local clubs, as well as our own performance Sports Academy teams.
The course is ideal for recent graduates, as well as coaching practitioners in high-performance sport and those in development coaching roles, who want to develop in an academic environment, whilst applying theory to practice in real-world employment or extra-curricular settings.
As an MSc student, you’ll undertake a significant piece of research in your final year, contributing new knowledge to an area of your own work or wider coaching environment.
With both full and part-time learning options, you could study alongside existing employment or other commitments.
The course has been designed to engage you in the process of applying theoretical principles to your practice, enabling you to develop as an academically informed reflective practitioner.
Industry-informed and relevant modules will support you to develop a deeper understanding of coaching, coach education and high-performing coaching environments, focusing on the practical nature of the discipline.
You’ll be encouraged to focus on your existing coaching context, with opportunities to tailor your assessments to help meet the demands of your professional role.
How you'll study
We're committed to supporting you to fulfil your unique potential while you're here so that you can achieve your personal and professional goals.
Students can also exit with PGcert and PGdip awards.
Hartpury University is a specialist provider of agriculture, animal, equine and veterinary education, based in Gloucestershire, in the heart of England’s countryside.
Students can choose from taught and applied research Master’s degrees, as well as PhDs, in animal, agriculture, equine, sport and veterinary subjects. World-class facilities and expertise, small class sizes and a personal teaching approach offer students what they need to succeed.
The campus is home to a 1,800-strong student body – passionate about performance, academia and business. They help to improve the futures of people, animals and the planet, whilst developing their own expertise and careers.
The University is located on a stunning rural 360-hectare campus that has had more than £50 million invested in it over the last 10 years.
Where you'll study