Moray House School of Education and Sport

Strength and Conditioning (MSc/PgDip)

The primary focus of this programme is sporting performance.  However, the application of strength and conditioning principles to diverse areas including pre- and rehabilitation, youth and ageing populations, and other specific and clinical populations is becoming more commonplace. 

By joining this degree, you will have the opportunity to study the application of these principles in your core and option courses, and see them used in a practical setting through a voluntary internship or placement.

Visit the University’s Degree Finder for detailed entry requirements, fees, international grade equivalency, language requirements and to apply.

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Programme structure: Strength and Conditioning

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Studying Strength and Conditioning at Edinburgh will allow you to access the latest research in evidence-based practice along with high-quality internship opportunities.

Our Strength and Conditioning students

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Students join a vibrant community from across the world, with previous students coming from Canada, Chile, China, India, South Korea, United States, United Kingdom and elsewhere.

Careers in Strength and Conditioning

Our graduates benefit from the programme’s strong international reputation and its focus on applying current knowledge to strength and conditioning practice.

Fees and funding: Strength and Conditioning

Find details of tuition fees and opportunities for scholarships and financial support for our Strength and Conditioning programme.

Contact the Strength and Conditioning team

Questions about your application or how to apply to the Strength and Conditioning programme? Contact the Postgraduate Admissions team or the Programme Director who look forward to hearing from you.
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Accreditation

The MSc Strength and Conditioning programme is formally recognised by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Programme. This recognition distinguishes the programme as having a standardised, approved strength and conditioning curriculum.