Sport Rehabilitation BSc (Hons)UCAS Code: C602|Duration: 3 years|Full Time|Hope Park|UCAS Campus Code: L46
Accredited|Work placement opportunities|International students can apply
About the course
Our Sport Rehabilitation course provides you with the theoretical knowledge and a broad range of applied skills required for undertaking the role of a sport rehabilitation professional. You will learn to improve health and function in populations with injury, illness and disease and to positively contribute to improving public health. Throughout the course you will be taught by experts and research-active academics with a particular focus on practical skills and small group practical sessions.
Studying Sport Rehabilitation at Liverpool Hope University gives you an in-depth understanding of current theories and principles in sport injuries including:
- exercise physiology
- clinical musculoskeletal anatomy
- motor control and sport biomechanics
- exercise & sport performance
- sport psychology
- exercise prescription,
- principles of rehabilitation and injury management.
Furthermore, the course will equip you with a comprehensive range of laboratory measurement skills to enhance your learning experience in the practical aspects of sport rehabilitation.
The University will assist organising placements in a variety of settings (e.g. sports injury and physiotherapy clinics, sports clubs, fitness centres, rehabilitation centres, physical activity and health promotion units) to provide you with a better degree by means of experience, skills, industry knowledge and professional network. You are also encouraged to identify and organise some voluntary work placements yourself.
BSc (Hons) Sport Rehabilitation is recognised by the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT). Upon completion of the degree students will be eligible to apply for full BASRaT membership and bestow the title of Graduate Sport Rehabilitator (GSR) and entering onto the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) in Health and Social Care Accredited Voluntary Register”
Your first year will introduce you to the key disciplines that underpin Sport & Exercise Science including functional and musculoskeletal anatomy and kinesiology, sport & exercise physiology, musculoskeletal assessment, sport biomechanics, sport massage, psychological factors for sports performance and rehabilitation, the relationship between physical activity/exercise prescription and health parameters, and research methods.
All these fundamental areas of study will be underpinned by gaining a significant amount of “hands-on” experience and applied skills in the first-class Sport & Exercise Science laboratories. You will also be introduced to the essential transferable skills for success in your degree and future careers. At the end, you will have gained essential skills in researching, problem solving, academic writing and referencing, numeracy, and data analysis.
In your second year, will you build on your foundational knowledge to further injury assessment skills, intervention techniques, biomechanics of sports performance and training principles, with a view of understanding the main underlying mechanisms in common sport injuries. You will then gain further understanding of how this multidisciplinary knowledge can be used for designing and developing effective and evidence-based exercise and rehabilitation programmes. In this year, you will advance in gaining clinical skills by means of placements and further understanding of research methods applied to the field of sport science, sport rehabilitation and sport injuries.
In your final year, you will be introduced to more advanced clinical skills in musculoskeletal assessment, principles of exercise and sport rehabilitation, and common sport injury treatment modalities. Three other major study elements of this year will include advanced research methods, supervised dissertation research project, and clinical/vocational placements.
|UCAS Tariff Points||120-112 UCAS Tariff points must come from a minimum of two A Levels (or equivalent). Additional points can be made up from a range of alternative qualifications|
|Access to HE||120-112 Tariff Points|
|Irish Leaving Certificate||120 - 112 Tariff Points from Higher Level qualifications only|
|Welsh Baccalaureate||This qualification can only be accepted in conjunction with other relevant qualifications|
|Subject Requirements||Studying towards an A level or equivalent in Sport, P.E. or a Science subject. Offers will be subject to a Health Check Statement and an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.|
International entry requirements
|Specific Country Requirements||Select your country|
6.0 overall (with reading and writing at 6.0) and no individual score lower than 5.5. We also accept a wide range of International Qualifications. For more information, please visit our English Language Requirements page.
Our students will have the opportunity to achieve success in many different vocations in the growing Sport, Health, Fitness, and Leisure Industry and associated professions such as Physical Therapy, Sports and Fitness, Public Health Schemes and Health Promotion Centres, Athletic and Personal Training and Occupational Health.
You can also set up your own clinical practice or work together with strength and conditioning experts to serve local sporting communities or you may decide to continue with teaching/research or apply for postgraduate degrees (MSc/MRes/MPhil/PhD) in related fields.
The Service and Leadership Award (SALA) is offered as an extra-curricular programme involving service-based experiences, development of leadership potential and equipping you for a career in a rapidly changing world. It enhances your degree, it is something which is complimentary but different and which has a distinct ‘value-added’ component. Find out more on our Service and Leadership Award page.
As part of your degree, you can choose to spend either a semester or a full year of study at one of our partner universities as part of our Study Abroad programme. Find out more on our Study Abroad page.
The tuition fees for 2019/20 are £9,250 for full-time undergraduate courses. If you are a student from the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands, your tuition fees will also be £9,250.
The University reserves the right to increase Home and EU Undergraduate and PGCE tuition fees in line with any inflationary or other increase authorised by the Secretary of State for future years of study.
On top of your tuition fees, we advise you to consider the cost of the books that will be suggested as key reading/reference books. All books will be available in the library, but in limited numbers. We suggest setting aside around £250 for purchases, but remember that costs of books vary depending on where you buy them.
You will also need to consider the cost of the 'Advanced Trauma First Aid' course (~£300) in your last year of study. This is a requirement of the PSRB (Professional, statutory and regulatory body), BASRaT.
You are expected to pay for uniforms, which are required throughout the duration of study. In addition, you may incur other expenses in relation to some placements. There may also costs involved for transport for placements.
You will also need to consider the cost of your accommodation each year whilst you study at university. Visit our accommodation pages for further details about our Halls of Residence.
We have a range of scholarships to help with the cost of your studies. Visit our scholarships page to find out more.
International tuition fees
The International Tuition fees for 2022/23 are £11,400.
Visit our International fees page for more information.
This degree is only available to study as a Single Honours.