The School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences is consistently top-ranked for Sport Science and is a leading provider of education in human biology, psychology, sport and exercise science, and sport management - highly rated in the major university league tables. We are also a leading provider in teacher education, rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted.
Since being launched by Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal in May 2009, the School has built an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and research. With our globally renowned staff collaborating with other academic institutions, centres and industry partners around the world, the School has been recognised for both the quality of our research (commended in the most recent Research Assessment Exercise) and our highly competitive undergraduate, postgraduate taught and doctoral programmes.
Our important, cutting edge research regularly sees the School making headlines and appearing on television and radio, such is Loughborough's prominence in the fields of health, sport, exercise and biomedical science.
The establishment of a £10m pioneering sport and exercise medicine centre at Loughborough - one of three regional hubs that, together, will form the country's first ever National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine - further cements our reputation at the forefront of these fields.
With on-going investment in buildings, teaching resources, laboratories, equipment and access to state-of-the-art sport and exercise facilities, Loughborough University and the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences offer a truly unique student experience.
The School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences currently has a community of nearly 1100 undergraduate students, 180 postgraduate students and 140 research students.