EIS practitioners appear in BASES career guide

Two EIS practitioners have appeared in The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) Careers in Sport and Exercise Science Guide.

This guide was developed by Human Kinetics and BASES to provide a detailed careers guide for those wanting to work in sport and exercise science. It’s innovative, informative, packed with useful resources and assists anyone who’d like to further their career in the sports and exercise industry.

EIS staff Emma Ross (co-head of Physiology) and Cat Shin (Biomechanics Project Lead) have been featured in the guide- see more about their roles and how they got to where they are in the pages below.

The guide is especially helpful for those who are thinking about doing an undergraduate, masters or PhD at University. The guide gives clarity on the best universities to study sports science, to help aid the decision-making process for students.

To read a blog about the guide and to download it, please click here.