Faculty of Sports Sciences

The Faculty of Sports Sciences (Sciences and Techniques of Physical and Sports Activities) provides education and training for careers and jobs based around physical activity and movement across a variety of sectors such as sport, health, tourism, ergonomics.

Courses at the Faculty of Sports Sciences include all three levels of university studies : Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and Doctorate


General Bachelor’s Degree in Sciences and Techniques of Physical and Sports Activities

For a Bachelor’s Degree, all students follow the same course in the 1st year. From the second year, students begin to choose careers-based elements from one of the four courses listed below. The 3rd year is entirely focused on the chosen course:


  • Education and Motricity
  • Adapted Physical Activities and Health
  • Sports Training
  • Sports Management


Professional Degree in Health, The Ageing Process and Adapted Physical Activities (SVAPA)



Master’s Degree in Sciences and Techniques of Physical and Sports Activities

Following their Bachelor’s Degree, students can choose one of the following Master’s


  • APAS MASTER’S DEGREE: Adapted physical Activities for Health
  • EOPS MASTER’S DEGREE: Training and Optimization of Sportive Performance Course Physical Preparation, Réathlétisation (PPR).
  • Mater degree in MS - Sports management


Doctorate in Human Movement Science (SMH)

Following a Master’s Degree, students can enrol in a Doctorate course in out “Human Movement Science” Doctoral School if they want to pursue a career as a researcher in human movement science.



University Diploma (DU) 

  • Supervision and promotion of physical techniques for occupational stress management University Diploma.
  • Physiotherapist University Diploma
  • Handicap Advisor University Diploma