Ulster Sports Academy
Our aim is to be the leading institution in Ireland for the study of Sport and Exercise and to use our knowledge and expertise for the benefit of the local, national and international community. We have over 420 students studying for foundation, undergraduate and taught postgraduate degrees or enrolled on postgraduate research programmes. The Academy currently consists of 24 academic staff supported by technical and administrative staff.
To achieve this, the Academy is committed to excellence in 4 key areas;
Professor Marie Murphy
Sport and Exercise Psychology Masters Receives Prestigious Accreditation The Ulster Sports Academy at Ulster is celebrating the accreditation of its MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology by the British Psychological Society. Read more about the MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology.
Postgraduate Open Evening June 12th 2013. For An Overview of MSc courses - To Meet current students and graduates - For a Tour of facilities - For an Interactive Q&A with Course Directors about Employability. For further information click here>>(pdf)
Ulster hosts Sports History Ireland Conference
Sports History Ireland is pleased to invite you to its 2013 Annual Conference which will take place at the University of Ulster’s Magee Campus, Derry/Londonderry on September 14th 2013. For further information on the Sports History Ireland Conference visit the Sport & Exercise Sciences Research Institute (SESRI) site.