The ºüÀêÊÓÆµ of Worcester has a proven record of excellence in the field of sport and exercise science, with plenty to offer anyone who has an enthusiasm for sport, exercise and health.
Sport at Worcester
Choose the perfect sport course for you.
Supported by the ECB, this course will develop your practical coaching skills, along with your knowledge of the functions of management and development.
Combine exercise and wellness with management for a degree to will enable you to pursue a career in health and fitness.
Develop the football and business expertise required for a successful career in this expanding international industry.
This degree is designed to ensure you have knowledge of the delivery of all areas of the PE curriculum as well as coaching skills.
This degree has been specifically designed to meet the changing needs of the Physical Education professional.
Discover how disciplines like physiology, biology and mechanics can improve performance and enhance wellbeing.
Our entrepreneurial culture informs this degree and will give you the confidence to be creative, innovative and successful.
This innovative combination of sport development and coaching will provide you with a diverse array of skills and experience.
The perfect course to kick-start your career in sports coaching or teaching.
Explore sport coaching from a range of perspectives, including the socio-cultural factors that shape the sporting journey.
More than just injury treatment and prevention, this course will develop your skills and experience across a broad base of sports science disciplines.
Worcester is a beautiful, safe, university city within easy reach of Birmingham. It's a great place to pursue your passion and achieve your potential.
Read the stories of some of our recent students
Wales international futsal player Chris enjoyed a double celebration when he graduated from the ºüÀêÊÓÆµ.
Melissa graduated with a first class honours in Sport and Exercise Science.
After four and a half years of hard work, Dr Alice Burgin is embracing the moment as she celebrates her PhD
Read some recent blog posts by Worcester sport academics.
Dr John Francis discusses how analysts can change the future of sport.
Sports lecturer Gavin Thomas explores female strength and conditioning coaches' experiences in a male-dominated industry.
Dr Andy Renfree examines the challenges faced by athletes in the near future.
Dr Christian Edwards investigates how the desire for the "perfect body" can affect men's mental health.
Dr Andy Renfree, Principal Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science, shares with us his short guide on how to become a runner.
Our Lakeside Campus is just a 10-minute drive from our St John's Campus. The 50 acre site hosts a lake, used for a variety of watersports, woodlands and an outdoor education activity centre.
Visiting us is the best way to get a feel for student life at the ºüÀêÊÓÆµ of Worcester. Explore the campus, meet our lecturers and talk to current students.
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