You study a total of 120 credits in each year. Half the credits are completed within the School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences (SHES) and half in the School of Welsh. By choosing to study Cymraeg (Welsh) at Bangor, you will have the opportunity to study rich and diverse literary texts extending from the tales of the Mabinogion to the dynamic literature of contemporary Wales. You will also follow practical language modules which will greatly enhance your career prospects. Following a research based approach to study; the key aspects of the Sport Science part of the course includes the study of how physical and mental performance can be improved to help individuals to achieve their personal potential. Not only will this prepare you for a career as a sports scientist working with squads of elite performers to fine-tune their training but it will give you the background needed for a career in sports science research. Why choose Bangor University for this course? School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences: The School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences has a 35 year track record of providing high-calibre undergraduate degrees. The School of Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences is research-led and the research undertaken by staff is directly applicable to what they teach on undergraduate programmes. We are rated 10th in the UK for overall quality (Guardian University Guide 2017). School of Welsh: We have a firm commitment to teaching small groups of students. Welsh at Bangor consistently achieves a 100% general satisfaction level among its students (according to recent student surveys). You will have the opportunity to study Wales’s rich medieval literary inheritance in the original language. You will also learn how Welsh literature and the Welsh language have adapted to the challenges of the modern world. You will be taught by academic staff who are leading international experts in their respective fields of study. Their publications encompass both the medieval period and the literature of Wales in more recent times.