From September 2012 students will be able to study for the Diploma or MSc in Sports Medicine, Exercise and Health by Distance Learning.
The Distance Learning (DL) option will be part-time and students will take up to two modules per semester. The emphasis will be on significant and regular online interaction with tutors and fellow students. Campus-based lectures will be recorded and available to watch online at your convenience on a week-by-week basis. This will be accompanied by a variety of online interactive resources, such as case-based discussions, quizzes and related forum discussions. There will be a mandatory short residential at UCL at the end of each semester to facilitate teaching of important hands-on skills such as joint examinations. Clinical requirements during the course will be the same as for the campus-based students. This includes regular attendance at appropriate clinics with logbooks. These may be done locally by prior agreement, or at UCL. Examinations are the same as those taken by the campus-based students(written examinations and OSCEs) and will be completed at UCL at the same time.
How to apply
Please see the FAQ page for more information. If you have further questions please contact Zoe Lau, the course administrator, in the first instance.