Need a Boost until the end of the Semester? Our 30 day BYM at the gym, student membership is available until 26/11/17
Sport & Exercise members can pre-book exercise classes and other activities online
Students can now join Sport & Exercise online. Full year, off-peak and semester memberships are available and it is quick, easy and secure.
Sport & Exercise offers a diverse range of group exercise options designed to fit into busy lives - we’re sure to have something to suit your needs and ability.
Sport & Exercise offers the best value full and part-year memberships in Edinburgh with no joining fees and is open to everybody!
The University of Edinburgh’s superb sport and exercise facilities are ranked among the very best in the UK.
Our Firbush Outdoor Centre is celebrating 50 years of education, community and adventure.
The University of Edinburgh's Pleasance sports centre and gym is one of the finest sports and fitness facilities in the country.
Our Fitness Assessment and Sports Injuries Centre (FASIC) is Scotland’s premier multi-disciplinary sports injuries and physiotherapy clinic.
The University of Edinburgh's Peffermill playing fields boasts some of the finest sports pitches in Scotland.
Firbush Point is our residential outdoor activity centre located on the south shore of Loch Tay, near Killin.
The Pleasance sports centre houses our two climbing facilities: the Tower climbing wall and the Rock bouldering area.
Sport & Exercise is able to take advantage of the University of Edinburgh’s fantastic 25 metre six lane swimming pool.
We are delighted that we have achieved the prestigious Investors in People Gold Accreditation, the most successful framework for business improvement through people in the UK.
The University of Edinburgh is among the country’s leading sporting universities. Sport & Exercise and Edinburgh University Sports Union (EUSU) jointly run Performance Sport support programmes for exceptionally talented student athletes.
A programme for staff and students at The University of Edinburgh who want to be a bit more active, a bit more often.