Nutrition and sport and exercise

students at the Eastbourne campus

Progress your career with a postgraduate degree

Postgraduate study develops your skills, supports your career progression and allows for rich personal development. Our subjects include teacher training, journalism, sport and exercise physiology, sport development and strength and conditioning.

Enhanced earning potential
A masters won’t just help you to get a job, it will also help you to earn more money. Students with a postgraduate degree can expect to earn £5,500 more a year than those with just a bachelor’s – that’s around £200,000 in a working lifetime (Source: Sutton Trust).

Career-changing possibilities
You could use a postgraduate degree to change career – not every programme requires you to have studied the subject before.

Career progression
A masters is an opportunity to build on your knowledge and become an expert in a particular discipline, and you’re more likely to be in high-skilled employment – 77% of working-age postgraduates are in high-skilled employment, compared with 65% of all working age graduates (Source: NUS).

Learn about postgraduate study at the School of Sport and Service Management at our postgraduate open evening:

  • Tuesday 11 February, 5pm to 8pm, Eastbourne campus

Find out more and book your place.

We look forward to meeting you there!

Kerry Burnett • January 6, 2020

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