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BSc (Hons) Adventure Sport and Coaching Science

University of Derby Number 1 University in the East Midlands for graduate employment

Why choose this course?

96% of Derby graduates were in work or further study within six months of completing a full-time degree. (HESA, 2016)

This course provides you with:

  • the unique opportunity to develop practical skills and theoretical knowledge of coaching and human performance in adventure sport
  • real world learning experiences at our Oaklands Manor Outdoor Leadership Centre, based on the edge of the Peak District National Park
  • opportunities to go on exciting fieldtrips, including rock climbing in Snowdonia National Park, kayaking in Scotland, and caving in the Yorkshire Dales
  • personal equipment to use during your study, including a rucksack, fleece, t-shirts, dry bag, first aid kit and maps of the area
  • placement opportunities within professional development to prepare you for the workplace
  • opportunities to gain coaching awards and first aid relevant to the discipline area.
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