BASRaT currently accredits a number of educational programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels at a variety of different educational institutions across the United Kingdom and Ireland. Programmes which gain BASRaT accreditation have demonstrated that the course includes the required module content and is suitably established to enable them to produce Graduate Sport Rehabilitators.

Once accredited with BASRaT, institutions are required to submit details of any programme changes on an annual basis through the Annual Review of Standards process. Every institution is also required to undergo BASRaT reaccreditation in line with their standard programme revalidation schedule. This process of programme re-validation is controlled by an institution's individual quality assurance team, the guidelines set out by external educational bodies such as the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) and at the discretion of the BASRaT Executive Committee.

In the event of BASRaT accreditation being removed from a course, current students who have already begun their studies would be able to apply to the BASRaT Registrar for membership while the course accreditation is progressively run out unless the course is subject to a provisional accreditation in which case bestowing graduate membership to cohorts is at the discretion of BASRaT.

For more information, please download the BASRaT Educational Framework (PDF link) for an in depth guide for Higher Education Institutions. Also the Fitness to Practice - guide for Institutions (PDF link).

Teesside University
Teesside University offers a three year BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation programme. Following a recent 250 million pound investment, students study and work within state of the art facilities to develop their skills including clinical rooms, biomedical laboratories, specialist gym space, environmental chamber and a hydrotherapy pool. On-site sports injury clinics and massage clinics give students practical experience throughout their programme from the start of year one. Students will study a range of modules through blended learning with a highly experienced teaching team. 400 hours of clinical placements are provided with a range of elite and sub elite teams offering students the best chance to integrate theory into practice.
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University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham began accepting students to the BSc Sport Rehabilitation degree programme in 2014. In year one, Sport Rehabilitation students are taught core modules alongside students on the highly popular and long-running BSc Physiotherapy course. Sports-specific knowledge and skills are further developed in years two and three, including over 400 hours of clinical placement. Students are able to choose from a selection of optional modules in year three and an elective placement completes the course. The University has links with many professional and semi-professional sports clubs and teams in the East Midlands region and further afield where students will be placed. Placements will be in a variety of sport, exercise and rehabilitation settings, including the University Sports Injury Clinic and aquatic therapy pool in the new £40 million David Ross Sports Village. Opportunities to work with University teams will also be available. The programme is taught by experienced physiotherapy and sport rehabilitation staff within the Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences as well as other sport and exercise science experts within the University.
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University of St Mark & St John
The University of St. Mark and St. John, in Plymouth, offers a BASRaT accredited three year degree in BSc (Hons) Rehabilitation in Sport and Exercise Science including over 400 clinical hours across a variety of rehabilitation environments. The University has a state of the art 12 bed commercial clinic, a separate and exclusive teaching clinic and a human performance laboratory and rehabilitation area. Modules within the degree programme are taught through a blended approach to enhance both practical and theoretical learning The University has a well-established dynamic, and practitioner focused, teaching team who work with professional athletes across a number of sports.
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University of Cumbria
The University of Cumbria began accepting undergraduates onto their accredited programme from September 2012. The Programme is led by Dr Katie Small (Sport Rehabilitation graduate and PhD educated) with the support of a dedicated and experienced teaching team. The University's facilities include an onsite Health & Exercise Clinic and Sports Laboratory. The Sport & Physical Activity department is ranked 5th nationally for Graduate Prospects and second in the North West.
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Salford University
Taught by recognised experts in our state-of-the-art facilities, you will learn about treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries. This prestigious course will enable you to apply high-level academic and practical management skills to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal injuries in the physically active. You will benefit from at least four months of organised and varying clinical placements including sports injury clinics, professional sports club, private practices and placements under the direct supervision of a specialist orthopaedic consultant surgeon. You will learn in our brand new £21 million new building containing state-of-the-art lecture rooms, practical (plinth) rooms, rehabilitation and strength and conditioning rooms. Our world-class human performance laboratory contains almost every type of physiological and biomechanical testing equipment, including a 30-metre sprint track with in-built force platforms, motion cameras, blood and gas analysis equipment and speed guns. This course opens up a wide range of career opportunities in the management of musculoskeletal injuries in venues such as the Ministry of Defence, professional sports clubs, clinics, medical charities, private hospitals and areas of the NHS.
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University of the West of England

UWE Bristol's School of Health and Social Care has an excellent national and international reputation and is committed to educating students to meet the demands of a career in Sport Rehabilitation.

Apart from the University having excellent recreational facilities including a Centre of Sport built in 2006, the School has several well equipped practical rooms in addition to the Human Analysis Laboratory, which houses the latest state of the art technology and the Inter-professional Simulation Suite offers opportunities to demonstrate and practice professional competencies


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University of Hull
The University of Hull accepted their first cohort in September 2004 and has continued to evolve in response to clinical practice advances and employment requirements. This is reflected within identified themes throughout the programme; communication, soft tissue techniques & exercise prescription. Students attend clinical placements during Years 2 & 3 as well as having the opportunity to support national & international events, examples include the Rugby League World Cup, British Squash Open & BUPA organised events. In addition, students have the opportunity to complete Kinesio Tape Fundamental & Advanced courses to further enhance their clinical skills.
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Middlesex University
Middlesex University offers a three year degree including 400 hours of practical experience in sports injury clinics/sports clubs. In addition, students can participate in the sports injury clinic which supports the healthcare needs of both staff & students while providing an opportunity for teaching and placements. The state-of-the-art human performance laboratory, enables students to analyse the best format for performance.
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St Mary's University, Twickenham
St Mary's University was the founder course and their first intake was back in 1994. As such, St Mary's University was the first UK institute of higher education to run a programme of this kind. This has traditionally been a joint honours degree with Sports Science. However, as of 2002, the programme is now a dedicated single honours programme.
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University of Bolton, Lancashire
The brand new, state-of-the-art sports diagnostic facilities will enhance the exciting Sports Rehabilitation curriculum at the University of Bolton. Modules are a blend of orthopaedic clinical skills coupled with analysis of sports performance. The well-established, dynamic team have each worked at the highest level of professional sport and continue to practice. For this reason there is a comprehensive placement list including opportunities in the USA.
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