MSc Strength and Conditioning Bursary - University of Wolverhampton - Closing date 24 July 2022

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  • University Of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus, Gorway Road, Walsall, UK
  • Jun 11, 2022
Full time, Part time Strength and Conditioning

Job Description

Interview date8 August 2022Job DescriptionWe are offering two funded bursary opportunities that each cover half the tuition fees of applicants interested in studying our MSc Strength and Conditioning.

MSc Strength and Conditioning (full-time/part-time)
This exciting and applied course will develop your scientific knowledge and skills in delivering strength and conditioning training methods within a range of contexts. The applied and practical nature of the
course will equip you with the skills required to work with athletes and clients of different ages, abilities and demographics in designing and implementing bespoke training programmes to enhance athletic performance and health and wellbeing.

Strength and Conditioning Studentship (University of Wolverhampton – Half Home Fees) The bursary will cover half the course tuition fee costs for the MSc Strength and Conditioning and in exchange the successful applicant will work in a Strength and Conditioning support capacity within the WLV Sport performance programme at the University of Wolverhampton. While undertaking this work, benefits include: being supervised and mentored by UKSCA accredited coaches; gaining experience in our focus sports of judo, football, futsal, basketball and netball amongst others; and accessing the British Judo Association Centre of Excellence which we house on campus.

Please note:
The bursary and associated opportunity to work with the WLV Sport performance programme at the University of Wolverhampton is in combination with studying the MSc Strength and Conditioning programme. Therefore, successful progress on the MSc is a requirement of continued receipt of the bursary and work experience offered.