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運動科學 Sport Science


Deakin University
Sport education is becoming increasingly important in Australia and around the world. This means that sport graduates are in high demand for a wide range of jobs.
Deakin University in Australia is a leader in sport education and offers world-class degrees that will get you to where you want to go. Deakin has been ranked number 1 in the world for sport science for two consecutive years which is a reflection of the University’s first-class teaching and research output (ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments, 2016-2017).
Deakin’s close links with industry mean students work with sporting professionals who provide relevant skills and knowledge. You could work with a professional Australian Rules football club, or with sporting institutions, health organisations or perhaps a government agency. The opportunities are endless.

Discover Deakin & The Deakin College Pathway into Sports

Choosing the right university is one of the most important decisions a student can make, and especially for students looking to go overseas, it can also be one of the biggest investments. Studying at the university level is that next step, a time to explore, focus and seriously prepare for a rewarding career.
Students and families know this is not a decision that should be made lightly. An institution’s reputation needs to be carefully considered, as well as location, facilities, research excellence, and student satisfaction. And of highest importance is whether the degree will help you achieve your goals. Deakin University in Australia offers all of this and more. Deakin has a strong global reputation, being ranked in the top 2% of all universities worldwide and ranked as one of the top 50 young universities in the world. Deakin College offer pathways programs from Foundation and Diplomas into a range of Deakin degrees including Sports and Exercise Science. For more information see

Practical Experience

Deakin’s exercise and sport science programs feature practical experience, enabling you to start your career before you graduate. You will have the opportunity to work in a variety of sporting, exercise or health environments. You might work in local, state or national sporting organisations and professional sporting clubs; state and national institutes of sport; as well as health, fitness and exercise physiology rehabilitation providers.
The students speak for themselves: Oliver Townsend, who is studying a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science at Deakin, says ’My course incorporates practical assessments that are done hands-on in an actual working laboratory setting which I very much enjoy, especially when we are able to use technical equipment in order to measure subject values on real life patients’.

Career Outcomes

As well as traditional roles, you may pursue employment in sports administration, facility management, community health and wellness, rehabilitation, and sport science after completing Deakin’s exercise and sport science programs. Other employment opportunities include local and state government agencies, professional sporting bodies, hospital and rehabilitation clinics, fitness and aquatic centres, private health and recreation centres, or large business organisations. The degree is also a common pathway to postgraduate study.

Entry Requirements & Further Studies

The HKDSE requirement for the Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science is 18 points in total, with at least a 3 in all core subjects. Students will also need IELTS of overall 6.5 with no band lower than 6.0.
Students who do not meet the above requirements may consider the Diploma in Health Science offered by Deakin College with HKDSE requirements from 8 points i.e. Level 2 in 4 academic subjects. Students may also apply for the Foundation course which requires completion of Form 5 with passes in 4 subjects.
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Exercise & Sport Science, students may continue studies in Master of Applied Sport Science or Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology.


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