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Sports Science

... looks into questions such as ...

  • Why do humans work out?
  • How do children learn how to ski?
  • What causes muscle soreness?
  • What does a top athlete’s training regimen look like?
  • How do I organise a sports festival?
  • It’s definitely a good choice to study sports at RUB; however, you should consider in advance what you want to achieve with your degree or which career you want to pursue.

    Kathrin Kepper, Bachelor's degree read more ...

  • Do you enjoy working with people and doing sports? If so, then this is the degree programme for you!

    Katharina Sachert, Bachelor's degree read more ...

  • To have a great liking for sports is an excellent requirement for studying Sport Science. 

    Natalja Wiese, Bachelor's degree read more ...

  • What I enjoy most is gaining in-depth insight into many sport disciplines and to analyse their biomechanical principles.

    Lukas Hüller, Bachelor's degree read more ...

Degree programmes


Sports Science, Bachelor 2 subject


Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Start: Winter- and summer semester
Duration: 6 semesters
Classroom language: German

2-Subject Bachelor Programme: This degree programme requires a second subject.
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Detailed information for international applicants

What's it all about?

This degree programme is unique, because ...

it provides comprehensive theoretical and practical training for careers in the fields of sport conception and organisation.

It provides the opportunity to specialise in the following fields
  • discipline-related work and research methods
  • didactic-methodological principles in exercise fields
  • principles of natural science and humanities in the subject sport

Who is suited?

Those who wish to enrol in this degree programme,


  • all-round theoretical and practical interest in sport


  • exercising

struggle through:

  • doctrine of method
Graduates from this degree programme frequently work
  • in clubs and associations
  • in public sports management
  • in commercial sports institutions
  • in rehab clinics/health centres/health insurance agencies
  • optionally in schools

And else?

An internship ...

is optional. It is done as part of the optional module.

Studying abroad ...

can be done voluntarily.

Where do I find help?

Academic advisory office

Christian Osenberg
Building, Room: SW, Raum 2.015
Phone: +49 (0)234 / 32-28772
Website academic advisory office

Contact students

Fachschaft Sportwissenschaft
Building, Room: SW, Raum E.083
Phone: +49 (0)234 / 32-27906
Website Fachschaft