You know that motto 'a healthy body means a healthy mind'? Well here at Essex it's not just your brain we're interested in training.
We know that exercise improves your mental well being, can help you keep calm during those stressful exam periods and boosts performance in your studies.
We have something for everyone from informal drop-in Active sessions to easy to follow learn-to sports courses. Essex Sport is our university run scheme that connects all of our amazing sports facilities here, for athletes and occasional exercisers.
First, there's the gym which is designed to inspire and motivate you to get fit and healthy, home to over 160 fitness stations, on-site parking, machines with TV and audio systems and 300 fitness classes every month!
Then there's our 250-metre climbing wall with bouldering and top roping facilities to take your fitness levels to the top.
Plus over 20 indoor courts, including basketball, volleyball, squash, netball and futsal.
"If you're looking to gain a new skill, Essex Sport also offers a range of 'Learn To' courses to help you master something new"
Essex Sport strives to provide innovative, athlete-centred programmes in our performance sports and focus teams: volleyball, basketball, rugby 7s, tennis and football.
We have a high ambition to become the leading sports institution in the East and offer sports scholarships to ultra-talented athletes, providing coaching and support services, gym memberships and free kits.
We also offer a range of sports bursaries. Our sports bursaries are cash awards, paid on a termly basis dependent on adherence to sporting and academic targets following a review.
Find out more information and how to apply for one of Sport scholarships or bursaries.
The School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences contains a fully equipped treatment and rehabilitation centre, catering for the sporty and non-sporty alike.
The Clinic can help with:
Our third year undergraduate Sports Therapy students assess, treat and undertake rehabilitation and management of sports injuries, joint and muscular pains.
Clinical practice is supervised by a Practice Educator who facilitates the assessment and clinical reasoning processes and enables the students to develop their clinical skills and professional practice in a clinical environment.
The clinic is open for staff and students during term time, find out more and book a consultation appointment.