In this section:
- University Sports Courses in the UK |
- York St John University Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- University of Edinburgh Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- University of Birmingham Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- Sheffield Hallam University - Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- University of Exeter Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- University of Hull Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- University of Brighton Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- Nottingham Trent University Sport Courses and Opportunities |
- Loughborough University - Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- Leeds Beckett University Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- Coventry University Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- Bournemouth University Sports Courses and Opportunities |
- University of Bath - Sports Courses and Opportunities
Loughborough University – Sports Courses and Opportunities
Loughborough University excels across a broad range of sports-related subjects, including sports science, medicine, technology, ergonomics and business.
One of the highest-ranking universities in the UK for sports subjects, Loughborough University offers students a chance to use state-of-the-art laboratories and equipment; all whilst learning from some of the keenest minds in the field. Loughborough University has been ranked number one in the world to study sports-related subjects in the QS World University Rankings every year since the inception of this category.
Undergraduate Sports Courses at Loughborough University
BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science
You will develop your knowledge and understanding of Sport and Exercise Sciences and gain a scientific appreciation of the disciplines that underpin them including physiology, biochemistry, biomechanics, motor control and psychology.
You will gain insights into the physiological, biomechanical and psychological influences on human performance during the preparation for, and participation in, sport and exercise. A rigorous understanding of these core disciplines provides the foundation of applied practice within the sport and exercise sector.
BSc (Hons) Sport Management
The BSc Sports Management degree is co-taught by the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (currently ranked 1st in the world for sports-related subjects) and the School of Business and Economics (one of the UK’s leading business schools) to equip you with vital skills in marketing, organisational management, and accounting. The degree will provide you with a thorough grounding in the key strategic challenges and opportunities for sport by developing your understanding of sports organisations, sports governance, sports policy, sports marketing and sports economics.
BSc (Hons) Sport Science, Coaching and Physical Education
This course will allow you to develop a critical, theoretical and practical knowledge and understanding of Sport, Coaching and Physical Education, as well as physiology, physical activity and health, skill acquisition, psychology and sports sociology.
BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Psychology
Covering all the core areas of psychology for BPS accreditation, the BSc Sport and Exercise Psychology degree will ensure you gain an in-depth understanding of how psychological factors are used to understand and support the performance and well-being of athletes, coaches, teams and exercisers across the life span. While studying Sport and Exercise Psychology course you will be taught by world-leading sport and exercise psychologists who are international scholars and practitioners in elite sport, youth sport, motivation, interpersonal relationships and exercise participation.
Sport with a Foundation Year for Elite Athletes
Sport with a Foundation Year is the ideal course for students who wish to combine their sports training with academic study. Completing a foundation year will enable you to progress onto the first year of one of Loughborough University’s sports-related degree courses, provided the relevant progression criteria are met.
Sport with an International Foundation Year
This course is primarily for candidates who have not studied the prerequisite subjects needed for first-year entry or have not met their expected entrance requirements due to adverse situations, or because of their performance sporting commitments, as well as mature students returning to education or care leavers.