Sports studies classes are usually the interdisciplinary study of the history and cultural aspects of sports. Coursework may include classes in history, sociology, psychology, finance, journalism, African American studies and women’s studies.
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The intense growth experienced by the sports and Esports industry in recent years has led to the creation of the University Diploma in Sports Management & Esports, aimed a ... +
Are you interested in strength training, but don't quite know where to start? Are you on the way to becoming a fitness coach? This course is suitable for everyone who is inter ... +
Join a booming industry that provides an array of career opportunities while helping other people look and feel better – the fitness industry. ICI guides you in entering the e ... +
The English plus programmes are ideal for teenagers and adults alike who wish to combine English study with a leisure or cultural activity of their choice.
Whether you are thinking about learning personal fitness training as a hobby or you have an interest in working as a personal trainer and want to boost your career to the next ... +
This programme allows students to gain a suite of qualifications at SCQF Level 6 whilst developing their mountain biking skills, including NPA Achieving Excellence in Sport an ... +
Rugby at Clifton College has gone from strength to strength over recent years, and is now recognised as one of the strongest rugby playing schools in the South West. With form ... +
We love nature! Do you like horse riding, climbing, mountain biking or hiking? Through these activities we want to show you the incredible landscapes of the different natural ... +
The Level 3 Boxing Academy is a unique programme that will provide you with an opportunity to gain internationally recognised fitness qualifications in addition to being part ... +
These intensive courses are aimed at ambitious girls & boys at a variety of playing levels, from beginners, to those who are 1st XI school and club players, right up to co ... +