Received an offer to study Sport & Exercise Science?

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Congratulations! You are on your way to being part of the success of the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Swansea University. 

2018 is an exciting year for us. We are enjoying our new home here at the Bay Campus, with our fantastic equipment and resources. Our teaching and research is increasingly recognised in the UK and internationally.

Plus, you will be joining us later in the year. We look forward to meeting you!

Applied from the UK?

If you have received an offer of a place to study here and are applying from the UK, you will be invited to an Applicant Visit Day. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the University and your course.

‌We look forward to welcoming you to the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Swansea University!

Applied from outside the UK?

If you have applied from outside the UK for one of our undergraduate degree and would like to visit the University, please contact the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences for more information by email: sportsscience@swansea.ac.uk.

If you would like to find out more about the course you have applied for, please contact us in advance so we can arrange for an academic member of staff or student to meet with you.

Meet us in your country: Find out which countries Swansea University will be visiting.

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Laura Morris - Southampton

Laura Morris

"I chose Swansea because of its brilliant location, facilities and the feeling I got from the staff during my open day visit. I knew straight away Swansea was a place I could feel comfortable.

The teaching is really quite similar to the small 6th form college I came from. The lecturers still have a lot of time to help you and are very easily contactable if needed.

Most of my free time is spent with friends, playing sport or going to the gym. Swansea is a great place with a lot of things to offer."

Matt Blakey - Portsmouth

Matt Blakey

"I picked to study in Swansea as I enjoyed the open day and liked the fact it was right next to the beach.

The difference from A-levels is that there's more lab work where you get to use equipment that sport scientists use in the field.

Outside of the course, I enjoy going on nights out and socialising with my mates. I play for the University Football society. We play on Wednesday afternoons and then have our weekly socials on Wednesday nights. I also have a part time job on the weekend."

Will Sparkes, Assistant Sports Scientist at Swansea City FC

Will Sparkes, Assistant Sports Scientist at Swansea City FC

“While studying at Swansea I enjoyed the many lab-based sessions we did across most of the modules. It's always important to be able to apply the theoretical principles into practice, and i think this really sets you up for when you progress into a dissertation or to an applied setting after university.

The relationship between the University and Swansea City FC allowed me to take on a part-time internship in my final year of university. From there, and through great tutoring by Professor Liam Kilduff and Dr Tom Love, I carried out an MRes, which yielded some good results and really got me working down at the club on a day-to-day basis." 

Stephanie Hanley, MSc Sports Science

Stephanie Hanley

"From the start of my degree I always had a great interest in the physiology side of the course. I liked the fact that there was a good balance between lectures and labs and felt as though all the lecturers were passionate about their subject which made the learning experience more enjoyable.

Having been given the opportunity to assist in a PhD study in the university during my degree it gave me a greater insight into clinical exercise physiology, something I didn't think I had much of an interest in originally. This has led onto me doing a research masters in the physiological and psychological responses to exercise in patients waiting for and following bariatric surgery."