The University has been reviewing its campus at Crewe and considering whether or not to continue to offer the suite of courses currently on offer. Several options for the future of the campus have been under consideration.
One of the options was to withdraw from the campus – meaning the University would cease to operate from the campus in Crewe from Summer 2019 onwards – and, after full and careful consideration, the University is now pursuing this recommended option.
Further consultation needs to take place, meaning withdrawal from the campus is not yet a final decision. The final decision on the future of the campus will be made in the Spring Term 2017.
We can confirm that we are taking and processing applications for full time postgraduate courses and any part time courses of two years in duration starting in 2017 on the Cheshire Campus. However, with regard to longer part time postgraduate courses, due to the ongoing review, the University will accept applications for courses delivered at Cheshire but will not process those applications until more is known in respect of the future of the campus.
Please visit our website for the latest information on the review: http://www.cheshire.mmu.ac.uk/campusreview
Intellectually challenging and discipline-focussed, this programme prepares you for a career within your chosen sub-discipline of exercise and sport at an advanced level. Underpinned by research and practitioner expertise, an interdisciplinary perspective in encouraged. Opportunities for interaction across biomechanics, physiology and psychology, coaching studies, sport development and sports injury are included.
The course is flexible: major and minor in chosen subjects for your desired combination e.g. MA Exercise and Sport (Psychology with Biomechanics).
Full-time: Attendance at the University for 2 days per week from September to Easter. From Easter until completion attendance will be dependent on the research project being undertaken.
Part-time: University attendance for one day per week from September to Easter in the first year.
In the second year, one day a week for Terms 1 and 2 and then Easter to completion of research project as necessary.
Masters graduates have the potential to progress into research programmes and positions, sport science/coaching within a sport governing body or with the English Institute of Sport, Scottish and Welsh Sports Council or Sports Coach UK. For those who progress to achieve BPS Chartered status and HPC registration there are also many opportunities to practise in an applied environment either in exercise or sport. There are also consultancy and teaching opportunities at institutes of further and higher education.
• Foundation Psychology
• Cognition and Emotion in Exercise and Sport
• Needs Analysis in Consultancy
• Neuroscience in Exercise and Sport
• Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods
• Social Psychology of Performance Sport
• Professional Skills
• Research Methods and Design
• Research Project
- Taught in a brand new £10 million Exercise and Sport Science Centre.
- Our sport development unit provides students opportunities to obtain additional qualifications and volunteering opportunities.
- Flexible programme allowing you to combine subjects
- Find out more about our courses by watching these short introductory films on the department and postgraduate applications and career prospects by the Head of Department Neil Fowler.
You should normally hold a good UK honours degree (or international equivalent) typically a first or upper second classification in a related area or in an area of study accompanied by significant professional or personal experience. Applicants with a 2:2 will be called for interview. Those with sector-based expertise, but without traditional qualifications, are actively encouraged to apply.
Please see our website for the latest information on course fees.