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Masters in Movement Sciences in Belgium in 2024

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Masters in Movement Sciences in Belgium

Study Movement Sciences Masters Programmes

If you are interested in studying the movement of the human body, sometimes referred to as kinesiology, then a degree in movement sciences may be for you. You will study areas like human anatomy, exercise physiology, biology and more as you learn more about the complexity of human movement.

To study movement sciences, you should have a general interest in human physiology, perhaps from a sporting or rehabilitation background.

Topics you are likely to cover when studying in this field include:

  • Human anatomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Physiology
  • Physiotherapy
  • Strength & conditioning
  • Sport
  • Motor control

Graduates of degrees in Movement Sciences are likely to go on to have careers in areas such as:

  • Physiotherapy & rehabilitation
  • Providing sports sciences for athletics/sporting teams
  • Health promotion & research

Postgraduate programmes in Movement Sciences are most commonly offered at universities as:

  • Masters of Science (MSc/MS degree) and Master Degree, which typically take between 1-2 years to complete when studied Full-time
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), which typically take up to 4 years when studied Full-time, or 6 years studied Part-time
  • Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip), which will typically take 1 year to complete when studied Full-Time

Entry requirements for postgraduate programmes in Movement Sciences will usually include a bachelor/undergraduate degree in a related field such as Sports Science, Biology or Kinesiology.

Study in Belgium

Located right in the heart of Europe, Belgium is a multicultural and welcoming country. It has a reputation for its high quality of life, education and healthcare, making it a great choice for any international student looking to study abroad. As well as this, there are many highly ranked universities across the country, with many of them offering courses in English, and having many years of experience when it comes to catering for international students.

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