Master of Sports Medicine

The University of Melbourne

The Master of Sports Medicine has been designed for doctors, physiotherapists and podiatrists with a minimum of three years' sports medicine relevant clinical experience and a passion for working with athletes of all ages and abilities. It allows you to tailor your subject choices to design a program that suits your professional needs and career goals. The estimated hours required for each subject is between 12 and15 hours per week but varies according to individual circumstances.

Course Fee:

Australian: $39,186
International: $39,186

Entry Requirements:

A bachelors degree or equivalent in the discipline of physiotherapy, medicine, podiatry, or another relevant discipline; at least three years of documented practice experience in clinical sport or health.

Structure:

150 credit points comprising seven 12.5-point core subjects; three 12.5-point elective subjects and one 25-point capstone subject.

Subjects you can Study:

The Modern Athlete; Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation; Diagnosis In Sport; Injury Pathophysiology and Management; Biomechanics & Sports Injury Prevention; Sport Psychology; plus more

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00116K

Related Careers:

Exercise Scientist,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Parkville No info Yes Online 1.5 years
Numbers aren’t always important. But when you graduate from a university that's ranked one of the world’s best, you’ll share that reputation. Not just after graduation but long after you leave.

 

Why study with us 

With a 160-year history of leadership in learning, teaching and research, the University of Melbourne has grown to be an internationally respected institution, consistently ranked as one of the world’s leading universities – number one in Australia and number 32 in the world*. 

The value of a Melbourne education is backed up by the fact we’re ranked sixth in the world for graduate employability by the well-regarded QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020.

 

Facilities and services 

The Parkville campus, with new, state-of-the-art facilities springing up beside our heritage buildings, connects Australia’s leading health and biomedical precinct with our faculties and schools, while the Southbank campus – home to studies in fine arts, performance and music – is on the doorstep of the best museums, galleries, theatres and concert halls in Australia. 

Our regional campuses provide immersive experiences in specialty areas like veterinary medicine, agriculture, and forestry.

Alongside our industry-focused academics, there are internships and volunteering opportunities to give you real-world work experience and develop leadership qualities, while giving you the chance to contribute to the community.

 

Admission and Selection

The University of Melbourne’s Study website is a ready resource for everything you need to know about studying at Australia’s leading university. From eligibility requirements for domestic and international students and submitting an application through VTAC to applying for special entry schemes and scholarships, you’re set up for success from the get-go.

 

Study options 

Our approach means you can create your own study path based on your interests and abilities, but with flexibility to explore new options along the way. In a world where careers are changing fast and employers want analytical and adaptable thinking, this flexibility has never been more important. 

Our bachelor degrees are offered in: Agriculture, Arts, Biomedicine, Commerce, Design, Fine Arts, Music, Oral Health, and Science and cover more than 100 areas of study. Our professional graduate programs include architecture, criminology, education, engineering, finance, law, medicine, nursing, optometry, psychology, urban planning, veterinary medicine and many, many more. 

We’ve also introduced a new suite of courses that bundle your undergraduate degree with your graduate study. These Graduate Degree Packages mean you’ll have the assurance of a guaranteed graduate place at the time you receive your offer. 

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