Sport, part time, Meråker

This study programme in sports is designed for those who are high-level athletes - in the fields of cross-country skiing and biathlon. Here you will have the opportunity to train, compete and study at the same time.

Programme description

This study programme in sports is designed for those who are high-level athletes - in the fields of cross-country skiing and biathlon. Here you will have the opportunity to train, compete and study at the same time.

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Admission requirements

Admission will be on the basis of Higher Education Entrance Qualification.

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Job opportunities

This course of education provides basic qualifications for different training jobs in organized and unorganized form (e.g. the fitness centre industry) and other work related to sports, performance development, physical activity and public health.

Further education

The one-year sports programme can qualify for admission to a bachelor's degree in sports science.

Students are encouraged to also take Skills and Performance Development in Sports (30 credits), at the same time as the one-year sports programme in sports. It is also possible to take a bachelor major in sports (30 credits) after graduating from the one-year programme. In addition to the 120 credits offered at Meråker campus, it is possible to take sports subjects (60 credits) at Nord's other campuses, which can be used together to form a bachelor's degree in sports (180stp). The one-year programme may also be taken as part of a self-selected bachelor’s degree/sports-specific bachelor's degree course. You will then qualify for admission to the master’s degree programme in Physical Education at Nord University, Levanger, or master’s degree studies at other institutions. 30 credits can be accommodated as a school-related subject in Primary and Lower Secondary Teacher Education.

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline EU/EEA: April 1 Norwegian citizens/residents: April 15
ECTS Credits 60
Study level One year programme
Scope Part time
Teaching language English and Norwegian
Police certificate of conduct Yes
Campus Levanger

Application deadline and admission

Application deadline EU/EEA: April 1 Norwegian citizens/residents: April 15

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