Get into Sport with the University of Chester

With Wimbledon over, the Tour de France in full swing, Euro 2017 going strong and the 2017 PGA Golf Open starting this week, another summer of sport is now well underway. If you love playing sport or just watching it, maybe it’s time to consider a career in it?

The University of Chester offers a wide range of sports-related courses, designed to help you develop your own performance and give you the skills you need to develop others. You can be involved with sport in ways you may not have thought of before.

So whether your dream is to be the next big name, to become a coach to the stars or to host Match of The Day, one of our specialist degrees could help you get the head start you need to stand out in this competitive industry.

With courses located at our Warrington, Parkgate Road, Chester; Shrewsbury and Reaseheath Campuses, our undergraduate sports degrees include:

Sports Coaching (BSc) and (FdSc)

Sport and Exercise Sciences

Sports Development and Coaching

Equine Science and Sport Performance

All our sites offer fantastic onsite facilities and equipment, excellent work placement opportunities and supportive and inspirational staff that will help you on your way to success. And if that isn’t enough, our wide range of sports teams and societies on offer through Chester Students’ Union mean you’ll have plenty of opportunities to perfect your skills outside the classroom.

More to It Than Meets the Eye

If you have ever wondered what it’s like to organise and promote a sporting event, and could see yourself working behind the scenes then our sports management degrees are for you.

Sports Marketing and Management

Sports Management (Shrewsbury)

Soak up the Atmosphere

If watching sport is your passion, and you find yourself critiquing every decision and analysing every game, why not consider a career in sports journalism? Take your passion to the next level by getting on the side-lines of your favourite sporting events and soaking up the atmosphere, while getting paid to report on the action.

Our sports journalism course is taught by industry-active staff and will provide you with invaluable first-hand experience in a wide range of journalistic situations.

Sports Journalism

Want to Know More?

For more information on the courses mentioned above, take a look at the course pages on our website. Here you’ll also find useful contact details should you have any specific course-related questions.

For general enquiries about studying at the University of Chester, feel free to contact us:

E: enquiries@chester.ac.uk T: 01244 511000

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Another great way to find out about the courses we offer and the facilities available is to visit us.

E: visitus@chester.ac.uk T: 01244 512800

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