The University of Worcester has a proven record of excellence in the field of sport and exercise science, with plenty to offer anyone who has an enthusiasm for sport, exercise and health.
Top class facilities
The fact that we have been selected as a training base for athletes preparing for the 2012 Olympic Games is testament to the strength to our facilities. We have a multi-purpose indoor sports centre, two floodlit synthetic pitches, an exercise physiology suite, two further sports science laboratories, nutrition laboratory, teaching rooms, gymnasium and dance studio. Recent major developments have seen the introduction of the award-winning Riverside Building and the 2,000 seat Worcester Arena.
Our innovative Motion and Performance Centre is situated on the St John's campus has expertise in a wide range of areas, ranging from Physical Activity, Exercise and Health to Biomechanics and Sport and Exercise Physiology.
The University has a particular strength in basketball. Our mens and womens teams have both enjoyed considerable success. The British Basketball League professionals Worcester Wolves are also based on campus. The University also has good links with the region’s sports teams, particularly Worcester Rugby Club, Worcestershire County Cricket Club, Worcester Hockey Club and Worcester Rowing Club.
If you are already involved in competitive sport, we offer sports scholarships in basketball, cricket and hockey. You will have to meet certain academic and performance criteria, but the scholarships are a great way to combine study with competitive sport.
Sport and Exercise Science News
Friday, 17 November 2017
A University of Worcester student and Worcester Wolves’ captain has been selected for a national training camp in the build up to the Commonwealth Games.
Thursday, 16 November 2017
An Olympic gymnast has given students at the University of Worcester the benefit of his expertise in the sport and tips on how to teach it.
Wednesday, 15 November 2017
One of the world’s most successful universities in producing Olympic and Paralympic gold medallists has been working with the University of Worcester to learn more about its inclusive ethos.