I chose Brunel because of the job opportunities with tennis coaching/development and also because of the course itself.
I think the teaching and learning on the course is well structured and the lecturers get to know everyone and make you feel comfortable. What I like most about my course is learning the skills required to become a sport psychologist. The best thing about Brunel is its sporting background.
The course has provided me with the opportunity to work with a football club and also other internships around the UK, plus the ability to work on a thesis of my own choice. I am not 100% sure what I want to do after Brunel, but I currently enjoy working as a performance analyst so I may follow a similar career path.
Apart from studying I coach students at Brunel in tennis and also work with a football club doing performance analysis.
I would recommend the course.