Strength, Conditioning & Performance Science - MSc

Canterbury Christ Church University    Faculty of Science, Engineering and Social Sciences

Full time September MSc 1 year full time
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Unleash your potential with our MSc in Strength, Conditioning & Performance Science. Delve into a cutting-edge curriculum designed to equip you with the skills demanded in the dynamic field of strength and conditioning. Led by industry experts and researchers, you will explore a range of topics including athletic development, training theory, and performance lifestyle. Benefit from hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art laboratories, conducting advanced performance assessments. The programme uniquely integrates work-based learning, allowing you to build a portfolio showcasing your expertise to future employers. Assessment methods are diverse and industry-relevant, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience. To qualify, you need an undergraduate degree in a related field or relevant professional qualifications with experience in high-performance sports. Elevate your career as a strength and conditioning coach, sport physiologist, or performance specialist with our top 10 ranked institution. Join us and unlock a world of opportunities in the sports industry.

About the course

Our MSc Strength, Conditioning & Performance Science is set in the context of the current strength and conditioning climate, where there is an emphasis on the need to develop quality strength and conditioning support services for all ages across the performance sport sector in what is a rapidly growing and evolving industry.

The MSc Strength, Conditioning & Performance Science incorporates specialised teaching from practicing accredited coaches, sport scientists and internationally-recognised researchers in the field of sport performance, and provides a curriculum that is underpinned by research and evidence-based practice.

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Entry Requirements

An undergraduate honours degree (normally a high 2:2 or above) in strength and conditioning, sport and exercise science or other relevant subject (e.g., sport performance, management, education) will be considered.


Professional qualification relevant to strength and conditioning with a minimum of 3 years relevant experience in a high-performance sport setting.


Government loans of up to £11,836 are available for some postgraduate Master’s courses for students starting their course from 1 August 2022. Loans are subject to both personal and course eligibility criteria.

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