BSc (Hons) Sports Rehabilitation

The Conservation and Education Centre at the former Bristol Zoo Gardens site remains open to students.

You will have private access to the zoo grounds during lectures, to carry out your observations and data collection, but as more animals are moved, this will gradually be carried out at the Bristol Zoo Project. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

NEW FOR 2024!

The Sports Rehabilitation degree is designed to empower you with essential practical knowledge and skills crucial for supporting the strength, conditioning, and therapy needs of sports professionals. This comprehensive programme delves deep into diagnosing, treating, and rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries stemming from sports and physical activities.

At SGS College, we offer more than just education; we provide an immersive learning experience. Our high-performing sports academies serve as dynamic platforms where you will collaborate closely with coaches and trained therapists. This collaboration enhances the applied nature of the course, ensuring that you are well-prepared for real-world challenges.

We take pride in our strong community and national ties. Local professional sports clubs and community organisations actively engage with our students. Through workshops, external speakers, and placement opportunities, students gain invaluable insights and practical exposure. This direct interaction with industry professionals enhances your understanding and develops your skills, making you industry-ready upon graduation.

As part of our commitment to professional development, you will become esteemed members of the Society of Sports Therapists (SST).

You will be expected to engage with a minimum of 400 placement hours, meticulously supervised by registered healthcare professionals. This hands-on experience is vital, allowing you to apply your knowledge in real clinical settings, preparing them for a successful career in sports rehabilitation.

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Study Modules
SR4001
Introduction to Sports Therapy
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SR4002
Anatomy and Physiology for Sports Therapy
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SR4003
Biomechanics
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SR4004
Sports Injury Assessment and Rehabilitation
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SR4005
Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Techniques
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SR5005
Research Methods and Evidence Based Practice
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SR5004
Manual Therapy Techniques
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SR5003
Sports Rehabilitation and Functional Training
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SR5002
Exercise Physiology and Prescription
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SR5001
Sports Injury Assessment and Management
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SR6001
Advanced Sports Therapy Techniques
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SR6002
Clinical Placement and Professional Practice
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SR6003
Sports Psychology and Performance Enhancement
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SR6004
Sports Nutrition and Ergogenic Aids
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SR6005
Dissertation or Research Project
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Course Video
Alex Gaiger
Assistant Principal | University Centre WISE Campus
*This programme is subject to validation and delivery approval by the University of Gloucestershire.
APPLICATIONS FOR SEPT 2024 ENTRY ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THIS COURSE.APPLY VIA UCAS FOR FULL-TIME STUDY
(FULL-TIME)
APPLY ONLINE FOR FULL-TIME STUDY
(FULL-TIME)
APPLY ONLINE FOR PART-TIME STUDY
(PART-TIME ONLY)
Campus:
University Centre WISE
Level:
Bachelors Degree
Full-time Duration:
3 Years
Full-time Fee (Per Year):
£9,000
Part-time Duration:
6 Years
Part-time Fee (Per Year):
£4,500
UCAS Application Code:
ST10
UCAS Entry Tariff:
112
Entry Requirements

The minimum UCAS tariff entry points from a level 3 qualification. GCSE Maths, English and Science at grade C/4. Mature students over 24 without the relevant qualifications will be required to demonstrate previous experience and evidence of academic ability.

Course info last updated:
January 10, 2024
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Delivery Format

The delivery format for your degree-level programs is primarily face-to-face and in-person sessions. However, there may be some hybrid sessions offered occasionally, mainly for flexibility purposes, such as tutorials or for larger events like visiting lecturers. Additionally, it's mentioned that all degree programs are well-supported by Virtual Learning Environments, which include Teams or Google Classroom.

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