Whatever your choice of programme, as a student in the Department of Sport and Physical Activity you will be joining a course designed to meet the needs of the sports industry, supported by some of the best facilities in Higher Education.
Sport and Physical Activity students have access to dedicated biomechanics, physiology and psychology laboratories and a sports therapy clinic.
The University’s sports complex also provides 25 acres of playing fields, a synthetic athletics track, fitness suite, dance studio, 25 m swimming pool, floodlit 3G multicourts, and tennis, squash and netball courts.
The outstanding sports facilities were used by competitors from a number of the Pacific Islands in preparation for the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Work has also recently been completed on a range of new laboratory, research and rehabilitation facilities. These include performance, sleep and biochemistry laboratories, as well as functional rehab and kinesiology facilities.