Sport and exercise course news

Marathon des Sables preparation in the Welkin labs

The University of Brighton’s Sport and Exercise Science Consultancy Unit (SESCU) recently prepared local athletes for the extreme environmental challenge of completing the Marathon des Sables in Morocco. Named The Toughest Footrace on Earth, athletes complete the gruelling multi-stage event covering 250km within inhospitable climates, self-supported over six days across the Sahara desert, in temperatures exceeding…

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Sky Sports visit for masters students

School of Sport and Service Management Sport and Media MA students took time out from the classroom to visit Sky Sports.

PhD student presents in Boston

Rosie Twomey, PhD student at the School of Sport and Service Management and technical instructor on the Sports Coaching BSc and Exercise Science MSc courses, was invited to present at the prestigious 3rd International Congress on SOLDIERS’ PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE which took place in Boston.

Postgraduate students in charity run

Seven postgraduate students from the School of Sport and Service Management at the University of Brighton will be joining Team Willmott this September to raise funds for the Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association.

New partnership with INSEP

We are very pleased to announce that we have finalised a partnership with the Institut Nationale du Sport, de l’Expertise et de la performance (INSEP). Similar to the English Institute of Sport, INSEP supports French athletes from 22 different sport disciplines with training and studying on their site and their students are elite coaches and athletes.

All aboard the Bluebell Railway

Students on the Tourism and Social Anthropology MA at the School of Sport and Service Management spent a day off campus to undertake fieldwork. The students spent time at Beachy Head, Bateman’s (the home of Rudyard Kipling) and then took a ride on the Bluebell Railway.

Postgraduate students enjoy a 5-star tea party

School of Sport and Service Management postgraduate students were invited to afternoon tea in the Culinary Arts Studio to celebrate the end of the taught element of their courses. Students from each postgraduate course attended and enjoyed an impressive spread as well as provide the opportunity to socialise with course leaders Dr Clare Weeden, Dr Jeanne Dekerle,…

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