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Sport Science 180 cr

Are you interested in sports, health and leadership issues? Do you want to be a part in developing anti-doping strategies in the future? Or are you more interested in providing people with the physical activity to suit their needs and abilities? In that case, the Sports Science programme at the University of Gävle is the right programme for you!

What is Sports Science?

Sports Science is a cross-disciplinary field of studies that focuses on the individual athlete and sports culture. The Sports Science programme at the University of Gävle focuses on a healthy lifestyle and prepares students for working in sports and with physical activities that suit everyone.

Emphasis on sports from a health perspective

The programme has two main tracks: Adapted Physical Activity (APA) and Doping. APA focuses on making groups of people in sports visible and including them in order to make possible a physically active lifestyle for all. The Doping track highlights the problems found in sports as well as the professional and recreational abuse of performance enhancing drugs.

A crucial skill set for the future

After completing this programme you will be able to work in both the private and public sectors. You will gain deep knowledge of the sports industry and could work in organisation development or sports education. You could also manage, plan and carry out projects and perform consulting work in the areas of adapted physical activity and doping. You also have the possibility to continue studying at second-cycle level. The University of Gävle offers a Master's degree in Health at Work.

Application information


General entry requirements


Form of study
Application *
Autumn semester 2023
Distance learning
2023 - 2026

Number of participants: 30

Location: Gävle

Aplication code: HIG-19207

Language: Swedish

Pace: Full-time

Selection: Grade/Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test: 60/40 %

*) The online application at Antagning.se opens approximately one month before application deadline.


For questions about the programme contact


Högskolan i Gävle
Box 801 76 GÄVLE
026-64 85 00 (växel)