How will I study?
We use a variety of teaching methods to provide you with a diverse learning experience. Topics are introduced through lectures and explored in more depth through seminars and practical classes.
Small-group teaching is also used to maximise your time with lecturers and give you an opportunity to discuss the subject with your peers. Theory is put into practice through laboratory classes and field-based practical classes.You will study in the Medical School, Faculty of Engineering and the David Ross Sports Village.
When you start the course you will be assigned a personal tutor who will provide academic and pastoral support throughout the course.
Sport and exercise science graduates will be well prepared for a number of careers in sectors including professional sports clubs, the health service, education and clinical research.
Due to our enhanced scientific content, you will also be in a good position to undertake further study such as an MSc or PhD in human health and disease and a number of allied topics. Graduate entry medicine (GEM) is an additional option.
There may be Erasmus or Universitas 21 opportunities in your second year.
Application and interview
Offers are usually made without interview. Students with non-standard entry qualifications, including mature students, may be invited for an interview.
Alternative Entry Qualifications
Those who wish to apply for this course, but do not meet the entry requirements or have alternative qualifications to A-Levels, should consider applying for the Science Foundation Year. This additional year will give you the necessary academic knowledge to progress onto a science course of your choosing, including Sport and Exercise Science BSc.