Learn from the best
All our courses are led by dynamic and highly qualified teaching staff, and they’ve all had extensive professional experience in sport and exercise education, policy or research roles. Their diverse expertise means you’ll be exposed to a wide range of techniques and perspectives, giving you the chance to think about sport and exercise in a range of professional contexts.
Our teaching facilities and clinical practice labs have been built to mimic real-world clinical environments. Test your skills in our well-equipped exercise physiology, biomechanics and skill acquisition labs, work shoulder-to-shoulder with world-class athletes at our state-of-the-art Moore Park Precinct or relax in collaborative student study lounges that have been designed with you in mind. All these spaces are part of a UTS-wide redevelopment that’s transformed our campus into a student-centric, fit-for-purpose educational environment — so you can take your learning with you everywhere you go.
Where knowledge begins
All our course content is underpinned by the latest in sport and exercise research – and a lot of that research comes straight from UTS. That means your learning will respond to the changing nature of the sport and exercise landscape, and it’ll also be embedded with the sort of evidence-based outcomes that are shaping the sector today.
Connections that count
Beyond the UTS Campus, we’re a proud partner in the Moore Park precinct, a leading sports hub that’s home to the Qantas Wallabies, Wallaroos and the Australian Men’s and Women’s Sevens. As well as providing high-profile cricket, rugby league, rugby union, Australian rules and football facilities, the precinct also contains academic facilities that are available to UTS sport and exercise science and management students. Here, you can study alongside elite athletes, work side-by-side with leading sports science researchers, and gain access to a wealth of athlete data – there’s no better way to put your learning in context.
At UTS Health, we’re great at teaching – but we’re also known for producing qualitative, quantitative and mixed-methods sport and exercise research that’s leaving a lasting mark on the profession. We received the highest possible ranking (ERA 5) for human movement and sport science research in the Australian Government’s latest Excellence in Research for Australia benchmarking initiative. We’ve also been highly successful in receiving competitive funding, including Australian Research Council and National Health and Medical Research Council grants.