Sports Science

Bachelor’s degree in
Sports Science


From 6 May to 25 June, 2024

Graduation 2024

Sign up from April 17 to 28


Basic description

Graduates of the Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Science (CAFYD) are professionals who have to respond to the demands made by society, from a human, academic, scientific and professional perspective. The benefits and values offered to people by physical exercise and sport are considered to be in the public interest. For this reason, these professional services must be provided by suitably qualified and licenced personnel due to the direct link to people’s health and wellbeing.


In summary


4 academic years

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Essential information and dates

Just four attempts to pass the examination allowed for 1st year subjects

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What makes us different

Sports Science has been leveraging the experience at University College Alberta Giménez (CESAG) since 1993 in providing teacher training in Physical Education
Good facilities

We have agreements in place to use the swimming pool and sports facilities of Son Moix, Príncipes de España, Pins Pádel and the La Salle sports centre and pool

Highly rated placements

The course placements in the third and fourth years are very highly rated by students: 8.33 out of 10 (2020-2021 academic year)

Recognition of credits
From the educational level of the Advanced vocational certificate in Promotion and Development of Sporting and Exercise Activities
Family atmosphere

Small groups and individualised attention through a system of degree and subject tutors

Highly regarded teaching staff

In the last survey (20-21 academic year), students rated the degree’s teaching staff with an 8.67 out of 10

How do we work?

Sports Science second year students, two days a week, from next March, will teach swimming to users of the social action programmes of Caritas Mallorca. It is a proof of service-learning, where we combine learning processes with community service. Swimming towards new opportunities.


How do they see us?

Marina Plomer

‘The teachers are specialists in their subjects and want to make things easier for us. Studying here is leading me to discover many new aspects of sport that I’d been unaware of’

Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Science

Second-year student


Francisco Tomás González

“Studying Sports Science at CESAG, in Mallorca, is a superb opportunity to come out with a good education and have a great entry point into the job market”
PhD in Sports Science

Teacher for the degree

Sergio Gómez

“Daily contact with your colleagues, classmates and teachers in placements and classes really spurs you on. My advice to future Sports Science students is to try to start in the sector you like as soon as possible, to gain experience”

Alumni Sports Science

Class of 2020

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