Choose Sports Studies at Herts

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This course covers three specific themes: sports coaching, sports development and sports management, which build in breadth and depth as you progress. You’ll study a range of subjects that impact on sports participation and performance, including an introduction to sports science and sociology of sport. During your studies you’ll benefit from some of the best university sports facilities in the UK, and take part in coaching and other work experience opportunities. This work-related experience combined with academic and focus on communication skills will enhance your career prospects.

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Awarded TEF Gold for undergraduate teaching

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A huge 96.5% of graduates in work or further study after 6 months

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Sports Studies: Welcome Talk

Subject Overview: Sports Studies

Taster Session - Sports Studies

Research Methods

Taster Session - Sports Coaching

Coaching Contextual Domains

Taster Session - Sports Development

Mega Sports Events

Sports Studies: Innovative Assessment

Where you'll study

Sports Studies is taught on the College Lane Campus at the University. College Lane is home to our science and creative arts subject areas. Students in our School of Engineering and Computer Science, School of Life and Medical Science, School of Health and Social Work, School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics and School of Creative Arts will study on this campus.

In addition, this campus is home to many of our student services and our International Foundation College.

Here's a look around our amazing facilities where we teach Sport Studies at Herts.

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