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Hertfordshire reveals new sports courses for 2018

The University of Hertfordshire is launching a range of new sport related courses for September 2018, at its Hatfield-based campus

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | October 01, 2017 | Sports & leisure

The three new programmes - BSc (Hons) Sports Coaching, BSc (Hons) Physical Activity and Sports Development, and BSc (Hons) Sports Management - will add to the current course offering of BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy, and BSc (Hons) Sports Studies (Joint Honours Options).

All courses have flexible options for full and part time study, with the option to take a placement year or even study abroad in one of the University’s partner institutions around the world.

The addition of three new programmes to our portfolio enables us to further provide for the needs of students wishing to study sport at University, and to respond to the changing demands of the sporting landscape

Professor Elizabeth Pike, Head of Sport, Health and Exercise at the University of Hertfordshire, said: “The University of Hertfordshire has a long-established reputation for delivering vocationally-relevant degree programmes with an impressive record of student satisfaction and outstanding graduate employment.  

“The student experience is at the heart of all our courses that are delivered in our first-class facilities. The addition of three new programmes to our portfolio enables us to further provide for the needs of students wishing to study sport at University, and to respond to the changing demands of the sporting landscape.”

Hertfordshire’s facilities include a £15m sports village, athletic union teams, a recreational physical activity programme and tailored elite scholarships. 

W: www.herts.ac.uk

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