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This Performance Analysis postgraduate degree will develop your range of practical and empirical skills that will be transferable across industry, sport and health sectors. You will conduct a research project over the entire year of study whereby you will develop and submit work of publishable quality. You’ll learn a strong complement of applied and research skills, balanced with how to communicate key information to relevant sport industry partners.
Develop your expertise within the area of performance analysis, which includes biomechanics, technique and motion analysis and notational analysis. You will use technology and data to analyse performance to gain objective information in order to understand and improve tactics, techniques and movement. Focus will be on systematic processes in order to gain quantifiable data and to develop skills to monitor and record sporting performances to enhance interventions within the coaching process, to improve athlete performance in training and competition environments.
Current practical, technical and research skills are embedded in the course to reflect the needs you will need to gain to enter or progress in a sport-related career. The skills attained on this Masters course can also be used as a great stepping stone to a PhD.
We offer international (non-EU) scholarships and bursaries for this course.
Careers and employability
Graduates of this course have pursued full-time employment in the performance analysis field, as well as in sports marketing and management, sports injury and rehabilitation and sport psychology research.
Employers have included:
– Manchester United FC
– Nottingham Forest FC
– Derby County FC
– Stoke City FC
This Performance Analysis Masters can provide a platform for students who are considering a PhD, and want to gain further experience and relevant qualifications before committing to a research degree. The research project also supports those looking to develop their expertise in applied performance analysis, and working in this field.
This course does not currently offer placements.