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anyone currently studying sports and exercise science? just ave a few questions
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Hi Cai22

I am currently a third year Sport and Exercise Science student at the University of Lincoln. I would be happy to answer some questions you may have?

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hi jack,

thanks for getting back I was wondering if you enjoy the course and what you are planning on doing after?
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hi jack,

thanks for getting back I was wondering if you enjoy the course and what you are planning on doing after?
Hi Cai22,

I have enjoyed the course over the past three years it has been really interesting. The best things about the course are the opportunities to get hands on with the specialist equipment right from the start in first year. You are also given plenty of opportunities to use these practical skills through placements and volunteering to further develop your knowledge. For example, I volunteered within the sports medicine department at the Lincoln City Academy.

Personally, I am not sure exactly what I am going to do next, one possibility is to become a lab technician at a University. This role would involve assisting with research and making sure all the equipment is running smoothly. This role would incorporate some of the practical skills that I have learnt throughout my degree. However, I know that people that study Sport and Exercise Science go in to a very wide range of careers after university, such as sport psychologists, strength and conditioning coaches or physiotherapists. So it is just a case of finding an area which you are most interested in.

Hope this helps,
Jack
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Hi Cai22,

I have enjoyed the course over the past three years it has been really interesting. The best things about the course are the opportunities to get hands on with the specialist equipment right from the start in first year. You are also given plenty of opportunities to use these practical skills through placements and volunteering to further develop your knowledge. For example, I volunteered within the sports medicine department at the Lincoln City Academy.

Personally, I am not sure exactly what I am going to do next, one possibility is to become a lab technician at a University. This role would involve assisting with research and making sure all the equipment is running smoothly. This role would incorporate some of the practical skills that I have learnt throughout my degree. However, I know that people that study Sport and Exercise Science go in to a very wide range of careers after university, such as sport psychologists, strength and conditioning coaches or physiotherapists. So it is just a case of finding an area which you are most interested in.

Hope this helps,
Jack
thank you very much jack!
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