Students are introduced to pathology, assessment and management related to sports therapy and rehabilitation; practical sessions involving practise of professional skills, using fellow students as models, ensure students can prepare for the professional practice components of the degree. The Sport Rehabilitation programme is jointly run by the Department of Allied Health Professionals with Hartpury College which both have an excellent national and international reputation. Particular emphasis is placed on creating an environment which facilitates the development of safe, effective practitioners who are analytical and able to meet the changing needs within sports therapy and rehabilitation, today and in the future. Emphasis is also given to the need for continuing education and personal professional development. The course will be attractive to people who are keen to pursue a career in the management of musculoskeletal injuries with a specialist focus on sport rehabilitation. or have been considering physiotherapy as a career but who have a strong desire to work in sport. The course syllabus, delivery and entry requirements reflect the links to the physiotherapy profession.