Psychology of Exercise Rehabilitation at Loughborough University - UCAS

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Course summary

To reflect growing opportunities in rehabilitation sciences, Loughborough University is launching a new MSc in Psychology of Exercise Rehabilitation in Autumn 2024. This flexible programme will enable you to develop fundamental knowledge, understanding and skills across all aspects of rehabilitation sciences in an exercise context, before giving you the opportunity to develop an in-depth insight into the psychological factors that influence the rehabilitation process. You will have the chance to gain practice-based experience, as well as undertake an independent research project to address a scientific question or real-life issue. You will also benefit from the research expertise and facilities available on campus, including in the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine-East Midlands, and at the National Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) at Stanford Hall which is expected to open to patients in early 2025.

Assessment method

You will be assessed both theoretically and practically via essays, reports, presentations, and exams, as well as a research project.

Entry requirements

A 2:1 honours degree or equivalent international qualification in sport &/or exercise psychology, or other relevant degree that contains substantial elements of exercise psychology.

Fees and funding

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Psychology of Exercise Rehabilitation at Loughborough University - UCAS