Sport, Health and Exercise Science
Here's an overview of what it's like to study Sport, Health and Exercise Science at Bangor University.
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Emma Tye - Cardiac Rehabilitation, University Hospital of North Midlands
Emma graduated with a BSc Sport, Health and Physical Education and a MSc Applied Sport and Exercise Physiology in 2012. She has come back to talk to students about how her journey and career path has led to a position in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit at University Hospital of North Midlands.
Lewis Fox - Sport Scientist at Blackburn Rovers Academy
Lewis Fox studied at the School for both his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. Lewis currently works as a Lead Academy Sport Scientist at Blackburn Rovers Academy.
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A welcome from the Head of School
Professor Tim Woodman welcomes you to the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science at Bangor University.
Why do some marathon runners get ill?
PhD student Sophie Harrison from the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences investigates why do some marathon runners get ill.
Opening of our new Physical Activity for Health and Well-Being Labs
Canolfan PAWB is a new £1m facility comprising two new exercise physiology laboratories and a large new teaching laboratory.
Tim Hoare - Coach Development Manager, WRU
The WRU has been working with Bangor University's School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science for a number of years and offers opportunities for students to gain work and coaching experience.
Final Year Student Conference
Final year students at the School are given the opportunity to present their dissertation findings at a student conference.
Research in the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science
The School is research-led and staff have well-established national and international reputations in sport and exercise psychology, motor control and learning, and clinical exercise physiology. The School has been recognised as being 7th in the UK in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Research Expedition to the Himalayas - Post expedition
Researchers have returned from an expedition to the Manaslu region of the Himalayas where they investigated the effects of altitude on the human body.
Extremes Research in the Himalayas - Pre expedition
Staff and students from Bangor's School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science are embarking on a 5-week long research expedition to the Himalayas. The group will be investigating the effects of altitude on the human body.
Benefits of Outdoor Activities
Find out more about an exciting collaborative project between local Llanberis based company Surflines and the School of Sport, Health and Excercise Sciences at Bangor University. Phil Nelson (Surflines), Professor Tim Woodman (Head of School) and Alexandra MacGregor (Student)
Sports Science with Outdoor Activities (ODA) at Bangor University
See what our Sports Science with Outdoor Activity students get up to.
A Visitor's eye view of our Open Day
Take a look around the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Science with our visitor's eye tour.