Dr Stuart Miller, Clinical Director and Dr Julian Widdowson as a distance learning student talk about the MSc Sport & Exercise Medicine programme.
Our postgraduate programmes combine academic excellence with flexible and innovative design and delivery.
We are renowned for our exemplary attention to educational design, integrating knowledge with research evidence to create programmes highly relevant to contemporary practice.
Sonya Moore Sports Physiotherapist talks about the MSc Sports Physiotherapy.
Programmes are designed to be studied part-time and online, by those working in a wide range of healthcare roles from all around the world. When studying with us, you will be able to continue within your practice area or working environment whilst also gaining a further qualification.
- MSc Research in Health Practice
- MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine
- MSc Sports Physiotherapy
- MRes Health and Wellbeing *
*(part of the South West Doctoral Training Centre - delivered collaboratively with the Universities of Bristol and Exeter)
“Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) is a rapidly growing speciality that has the potential to impact upon all areas of medicine. The University of Bath provides an outstanding range of academic programmes to support the development of SEM specialists. The quality of the staff and environment afforded to students is reflected in the high quality of their work.”
— Professor Greg Whyte (Liverpool John Moores University)
External Examiner for the MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine
Anne Holdoway talks about the Professional Doctorate Health programme.
If you are considering applying for an Health MPhil or PhD, we recommend you view some of our staff pages to get an idea of our expertise and interests, as well as on our current research students page.
In addition, and in collaboration with the South West Doctoral Training Centre (SWDTC), we also offer the interdisciplinary Health & Wellbeing PhD programme.