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The University of Hertfordshire offers a Masters by Research in Physiotherapy which can be undertaken on a full or part time basis with experienced and internationally renowned staff. ...Read more
MRes Sport and Exercise Science (Pathways in Biomechanics, Physiology or Psychology)
This MRes is a tailored programme of study enabling you to work closely with supervisors in your area of interest. This programme has been designed to allow you to specialise in either Psychology,...Read more
Develop your expertise primarily within the area of sport and exercise physiology.
Current practical, technical and research skills are embedded in the course to reflect the needs of sport-related careers and industry. ...Read more
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Work within a multidisciplinary field of Sport and Exercise to further rehabilitation techniques and understanding.
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