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Choose a postgraduate programme in sport at Moray House School of Education and Sport and join a world-leading university where you’ll be part of a vibrant and stimulating postgraduate community located in the heart of one of Europe’s finest cities.
We’re ranked 1st in Scotland and in the UK’s top 10 universities for sport and exercise research (REF 2014) so you can be confident that the teaching and support you‘ll receive will be from leading academics who have shaped, and are shaping, the theory and practice of sport and exercise in the UK and beyond.
You’ll also have access to some of the best sports facilities in the UK. Our Centre for Sport and Exercise has been used by some of the world’s greatest athletes including Edinburgh graduates and Olympians Sir Chris Hoy MBE and Katherine Grainger CBE.
A number of different scholarships are available for outstanding students wishing to study a Masters at Moray House School of Education and Sport - see programme pages for more information.
If you’re interested in the development of dance education, a comprehensive understanding of the science underpinning the art form is a must. This innovative programme offers just that, giving you the scientific theory and specialist skills that will inspire you to push the frontiers of dance and dance education.
Increasingly, high-level performance relies on an understanding of the psychology of stamina and success. Drawing on current research and practice, this fascinating programme introduces you to the issues that relate to both individual and group performance and encourages you to develop techniques to minimise the influence of limitations, such as anxiety and distraction.
Insufficient physical activity is the fourth leading risk factor for premature mortality. It has recently been recognised as a pandemic and is a global public health issue. This programme draws from the health sciences of psychology, physiology and epidemiology to enhance knowledge and understanding of the global issues pertinent to physical activity for health.
Recognising that sport managers operate in a highly politicised environment, this programme reviews the role of government policy in shaping sporting opportunities and sport’s contribution to social policy agendas. You will also focus on management issues in contemporary sport organisations, the media’s role in sport management debates, and sport marketing and communications concepts.
Strength and Conditioning is a subject of increasing focus, particularly in areas of applied scientific study such as sports performance, injury prevention, geriatric and rehabilitating populations. With a primary emphasis on sports performance-based issues, the programme combines both the theoretical and practical elements of strength and conditioning to identify and examine a wide range of academic and practitioner needs.