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Sport and Exercise Medicine (MSc)

Online University of Bath Department for Health

Part time September MSc 3-5 years, part-time, distance learning

About the course

This is a specialist academic and clinical online masters course, exclusively for doctors.

You may be managing recreational and elite athletes already or be looking to deepen your knowledge of musculoskeletal injuries, so that you can better assess, treat and advise your patients in your practice.

By studying this course, you will develop the in-depth knowledge and clinical skills you need to provide both primary and specialist sport and exercise medicine care.

We are one of just a few universities offering this type of course part-time and through distance learning. You will have the convenience of being able to complete your studies while remaining in clinical practice.

By taking part, you will benefit from:

  • highly interactive, flexible online learning and clinical teaching
  • residential

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Entry Requirements

To apply for this course, you should have a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. You should be a qualified medical doctor with full unrestricted registration with the General Medical Council.

You should also have a minimum of one year’s work experience as a qualified and registered doctor before enrolment.

Course Content

Where is University of Bath

Student Profile(s)

Ronjan Bhattacharya

'The MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine was strongly recommended to me from previous alumni, all who now work in elite sport.'

This is a part-time, distance-learning course, although there are residential weeks at the University. The course covers all the important aspects of SEM. The distance-learning bearing allows you to manage your own time, and fit study in around full-time work.

There is a lot of online content, and the course tutors are all experts in their fields. There are opportunities to complete pre-hospital care courses and the OSCE's really help focus your SEM specific examination skills.'

I would definitely recommend the MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Bath, particularly to Junior Doctors with an interest in SEM. It will help you develop a broad knowledge base in the subject, whilst helping you develop skills for working in sport at any level.

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