Master of Sports Rehabilitation

      Where will this take me?


      Who the course is for

      The Master in Sports Rehabilitation course is designed specifically for exercise scientists and provides a pathway through a Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine. It is also available to doctors, physiotherapists, and podiatrists with a minimum of three years relevant sports performance and injury management experience.

      This course is aimed at motivated practitioners who already have professional commitments, and keen to strengthen their specialist knowledge and skills in the areas of sports and rehabilitation. The course has been structured to facilitate both part and full-time study to allow students flexibility and the ability to personalise their learning experience to match individual career goals. You will be able to tailor your studies and build on your knowledge through the selection of a range of specialised subjects such as neuromusculoskeletal radiology and sport psychology.

      Career outcomes

      The Master in Sports Rehabilitation course prepares graduates for a varied and dynamic career in both clinical and sports environments. This course will open up rewarding career opportunities for you both locally and internationally.

      Graduates can expect to work across a range of healthcare settings in a specialist rehabilitation capacity. You will be qualified to create treatment plans to promote movement, reduce pain, and restore function to injured active people. Furthermore, you will have the experience to help optimise patient health through a range of rehabilitation strategies and exercise plans. Our graduates will be sought after to work collaboratively, alongside other health professionals to improve patient health.

      There are also professional opportunities available for graduates of this course in recreational and professional sporting organisations. You will have excellent prospects to work with teams and across sports events. You will be well-placed to work closely with athletes and coaches.