|Application deadline:||You are advised to apply as early as possible|
|Tuition fee:|| |
|Credits:|| ECTS |
|Duration full-time:||12 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
|Educational variant:||Part-time, Full-time|
Become a StudyPortals member and get access to exclusive information, like scholarships and student reviews, related to your favourite programme!
Are you already a StudyPortals Member?
Find all members only information here
This course combines disciplines in the study of health, exercise and wellbeing. Its research-focused approach provides cutting-edge knowledge for practitioners to meet the needs of the contemporary workforce.
Is this course for me?
This course is of interest to anyone working in the areas of preventative health, fitness and well being associated environments. This includes sports science, gyms, mental health and community agencies, primary healthcare and leisure professionals and practitioners working in established areas where the focus of the client group is on exercise and well being.
This course will appeal to a range of wellness professionals and practitioners wanting to progress their expertise to (Master's) level enabling them to seek work across the health exercise and well being sectors. It will benefit those who are looking to extend their educational /academic skills and knowledge in relation to Health Exercise and Wellbeing, and will contribute to continuing professional development.
What will this course cover?
The course adopts a cross disciplinary approach to studying health exercise and well being. It will explore issues around Health and Well being, using multiple theoretical perspectives drawn from sports science and nutrition, applied social sciences, public health policy and health sciences.
The course adopts a modular structure which is related to the work related needs of students. Students will be able to develop research skills in their particular area of interest and will be encouraged to contribute to the body of knowledge in that particular topic and will be encouraged to relate this to client focussed practice, through the work based and related assessment structure, this enhancing practice and employability.
The course will be delivered either part-time over two years or full-time over one year with a combination of face to face contact, independent study and distance learning opportunities.
There will thee exit points from the programme: Postgraduate Certificate (60 credits), Postgraduate Diploma (120 credits) and MSc (180 credits). The modules to gain the postgraduate certificate and postgraduate diploma:
* Bio Psychosocial Influences on Health and Wellbeing (30 credits)
* Enabling Health and Wellbeing (30 credits)
* Current Issues in Health and Wellbeing and Communitites (30 credits)
* Optional module (30 credits)
MSc: The MSc Health, exercise and Wellbeing will be awarded on successful completion of the requirements for the postgraduate diploma above and a 60 credit dissertation
Start date and attendance
Start date: TBC
Duration: One Year full-time, two years part-time.
A typical offer will include Applicants would normally have achieved 2.1 in a relevant degree, related areas could include health, sport science, youth and community studies, social sciences , nursing, occupational health, outdoor sports, complementary therapy, mental health, art therapy, dance. Alternatively, candidates with professional fitness sector qualifications and directly relevant work experience will be considered. For those working in the wellbeing industry for non-native speakers of English: IELTS 6.5 overall, 6.5 in writing is required
IMPORTANT NOTE: Since April 2014 the ETS tests (including TOEFL and TOEIC) are no longer accepted for Tier 4 visa applications to the United Kingdom. The university might still accept these tests to admit you to the university, but if you require a Tier 4 visa to enter the UK and begin your degree programme, these tests will not be sufficient to obtain your Visa.
You could benefit from financial support through a variety of bursaries and scholarship schemes during your time as a student.
Bursaries and scholarships are non-repayable (unlike loans) and can therefore be a great way to help minimise your costs at university, should you are awarded with them.