When studying a postgraduate sports science degree at Brunel, you’ll learn and work with some of our world-renowned academics as well as participate in a diverse range of relevant real-world research so you play a part in generating new knowledge in your field.
You’ll discover new ways of thinking and solving problems, advance your knowledge and understanding of your discipline and develop your broader, transferable skills – all of which will help you build a successful career.
We boast some of the best sports facilities in the UK, including indoor and outdoor sports fitness complexes, as well as great links with a range of sporting bodies and organisations.
Brunel offers two exciting Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences postgraduate courses for you to choose from.
This flexible programme is designed to meet industry demands and combines a range of self-selected modules within two specialist pathways
Fully accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS), this course is aimed at students who wish to specialise in sport and exercise psychology
You'll be taught by experts who use research-led teaching to ensure course content is up-to-date and original so that you get a unique study experience
See how our academics are contributing to game-changing research
The outstanding support I received from the faculty members throughout, in terms of academic support, career guidance and even life-skills - they were exceptional.
I learned not only the theoretical part but also enjoyed experiencing the practical side, which helped me to build my confidence and be ready to face challenges in the practical world.
The experience of the staff and reputation primarily led me to choose Brunel
Richard Cheetham MBE, Alumni,Postgraduate
Sport Sciences MSc
Tom is a para-rowing single sculler. He became the first Paralympic Champion in the arms and shoulders only single skull (ASM1x) in the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games.
Sport Sciences MSc