What can I do with my degree?
Sport and Health Sciences

Your Careers Consultant for this subject is Tom McAndrew

What can I do with my degree?

Sport and Health Sciences

The Career Zone have produced a guide: Sport and Health Sciences Careers

You can be secure in the knowledge that a Sports Sciences degree from the University of Exeter has a high academic standing and will provide opportunities to develop a range of problem-solving, decision-making, personal communication and leadership skills that are demanded in many careers. Many employers target the University when recruiting new graduates and our programmes have a designated Careers Tutor who liaises with Employability and Graduate Development.

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Destinations of University of Exeter Sports and Health Science Graduates

Full time UK domiciled undergraduates (of those who completed their courses in the last three years) surveyed six months after graduation. The following are examples of destinations of graduates who finished undergraduate courses:

Sports Development Assistant
Biomedical Scientist
Health Advisor
Therapy Assitant
Assistant Manager and Coach
Professional Cricketer
Performance Analyst
Business Development Manager
Brand Management
Clinical Exercise Specialist
HR Consultant

Sport England
Grass Roots Football
Metropolitan Police Service
Adventure Plus
David Lloyd Leisure
Bristol Rugby Club
University College London
Brooks MacDonald International

Further study
MSc Sport and Health Science
MSc Paramedic Science
MA Physiotherapy
MSc Sport and Nutrition
MSc Clinical Exercise Science
MSc Sport and Exercise Medicine
MSc International Management
PGCE Physical Education
MSc Exercise Physiology
MSc Nutritional Medicine
MSc Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation
PhD Children's Health and Exercise
MPhil Sport and Health Science

For more useful links look at the Sport, leisure and event management sector page.