The master in sports physiology and medicine is a two-year study program designed to offer students a solid scientific foundation in the field of exercise physiology and sports medicine.
The program provides thorough knowledge on physiological aspects related to cardiovascular, metabolic, muscular and cellular adaptations to acute and long-term exercise. It provides theoretical and practical knowledge on current physiological, histological and biochemical methods used in the field of sports physiology and medicine. The program also provides transferable skills, including training in manuscript and research proposal writing and in oral scientific presentations. Part of the program is carried out in cooperation with the Norwegian school of sport sciences (NIH) at Oslo. This international collaboration further reinforces the scientific quality of this master and offers the students the possibility to address a broad range of current research issues in the field of exercise physiology and sports medicine. All courses are taught in English.
Specific entry requirements
A first-cycle qualification comprising at least 180 credits, of which at least 90 credits are for specialised study in one of the main fields of study sport science, physiotherapy, medicine, or biomedical laboratory science. The applicant must also have qualifications corresponding to the course "English B" or course "English 6" from the Swedish Upper Secondary School.
Qualifications (degree awarded)
- Degree of Master of Arts/Science [60 credits]
- Degree of Master of Arts/Science [120 credits]
The content of this master is a unique opportunity to prepare students for doctoral studies in the field of exercise physiology and sports medicine.
The application period is open between October 16th 2015 - January 15th, 2016.
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Cost & Fees
First instalment: 78713 SEK Total fee: 314850 SEK
If you have citizenship in a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) country, or Switzerland, you are NOT required to pay application or tuition fees.
Last updated May 15, 2017