Campus Information & Facilities
Campus Information & Facilities

Department of Physical Education

Message from the Head of Department

The sports scene has diversified considerably in recent years. Sport is no longer something to be conducted only by athletes: it is also something to be watched, supported, studied, and even used to influence fashion. A growing number of students are not only looking to become athletes and instructors; they also want to contribute in a variety of ways to creating a sporting society. The Department of Physical Education includes elite athletes who are aiming for the Olympics. The Department of Physical Education includes elite athletes who are aiming for the Olympics. But sitting next to them are students who are getting a taste of real sports for the first time in their lives. The same applies to prospective trainers and instructors. What all these students have in common is a love of sport. They say that we do best when we're doing what we love. It is true that when we enjoy something, we find it easier to set clear goals, strive to attain them, and overcome obstacles on the way. Students studying physical education and sports in this department are constantly asked to challenge their limits, and by doing so, discover new possibilities within themselves.

The two courses of study in the Department of Physical Education

The two courses of study followed in the Department of Physical Education aim to provide students with practical skills and specialist knowledge in the field of sports instruction, as well as the ability to use their acquired skills to promote the sound growth and athletic capabilities of the young people they are teaching.

Sport Education

The Sport Education offers a curriculum that equips students with the high-level practical skills and specialist knowledge they need to promote the sound growth of young people, particularly in a school environment. This course focuses primarily on providing students with the qualifications they require to work as instructors in schools.

Career opportunities
Junior high school or high school teacher (health and physical education), vocational school teacher, early childhood educator, government worker, company employee, etc.

Athletic Sports

The Athletic Sports offers a curriculum that equips students with high-level practical skills and specialist knowledge that will enable them to provide athletes with the scientific training, coaching, and conditioning management skills they need to acquire an even higher level of athletic skill. This course focuses primarily on providing students with the qualifications they require to work as elite athletes, coaching staff, or athletic trainers.

Career opportunities
Professional athlete, corporate sports team member, junior high school or high school teacher (health and physical education), sports instructor, medical institution employee, government worker, company employee, etc.

Scenes from the classroom

Specialist exercise methodology (archery)

Specialist exercise methodology (archery)

Students acquire the knowledge and communication skills required to become an archery instructor, and the coaching skills needed to teach archery basics to general sports lovers.

Taping practice

Taping practice

Students are taught the basics of taping, which is used to prevent injury and protect injured joints, and receive hands-on training that they can use when performing taping in the field.

Practical sports coaching and fitness training (exercise)

Department of Lifelong Sports and Recreation

Students learn how to teach practical fitness routines that will help people maintain and improve their health, regardless of age or gender.

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