Brunel sports science graduates go on to become great achievers in the world of sport and beyond.
You too could become a pioneer in sport like our former alumni Alastair Harris, Head of Sports Science at Fulham FC, newly promoted to the Premier League in 2018/19 or Kate Richardson-Walsh, former captain of Team GB Hockey Women’s Team, who won the first ever Olympic gold for the women’s GB hockey team at Rio 2016.
Whatever sport you’re passionate about – you’ll find the opportunity to pursue it at Brunel regardless of ability or experience.
You can accomplish your sporting and academic ambitions at Brunel through our Sports Scholarships Programme that gives you funding support, athlete-friendly accommodation on campus, next to our free-to-use sports facilities, sport psychology support, spa access and much more.
If you want to play sport to keep active or meet new people, Team Brunel, run by the Union of Brunel Students, represents 50 student sports clubs, ranging from team sports such as rugby and netball, through to individual sports including judo, kayaking and athletics.
Choose your sports science degree