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With named pathway awards for the MSc in Biomechanics, or Physiology. The internationally recognised research expertise in the Cardiff School of Sport & Health Sciences is unique and combines with one of the leading centres for student sport in the UK. Read more
This flexible Masters course is designed to offer medical doctors , physiotherapists and sport therapists a unique and practitioner-led education in the field of sport and exercise medicine (SEM). Read more
Our course is aimed at health professionals and graduates or to help facilitate a career switch for others looking to work in this rewarding and high-profile area. Read more
Deepen your knowledge and experience of sports physiotherapy on our specially-designed, online masters for physiotherapists. Our MSc Sports Physiotherapy is an in depth academic and clinical course, designed specifically for physiotherapists looking for a specialist qualification in this area. Read more
Whether you want to help an athlete reach the peak of their physical fitness, guide patients on a weight loss journey or rehabilitate those suffering from chronic illness, this Clinical Exercise Physiology MSc will give you the knowledge and practical experience to prepare you for your career. Read more
Would you like to enhance your already strong academic background to kick-start a career within the healthcare sector? With a focus on the epidemiology… Read more
If you’re passionate about a profession that focuses on keeping people moving and helping to improve quality of life, this postgraduate course will give you the qualification you need to register as an accredited Exercise Physiologist. Read more
The course involves the detailed study of the physiological consequences of chronic debilitating diseases and highlights the changes that these different diseases cause during exercise testing. Read more