The difference between NTU and other universities was that it did modules that I was really interested in
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"Some of the modules that I do involve lots of statistical analysis, such as maths methods. I find these interesting because they relate to real life.
"On a more theoretical level we study computational analysis and on the sports side we cover sports psychology, looking at the background of a sportsperson, how they think, leadership and team cohesion. The sports science topics also include biomechanics and research methods.
"We have full use of the library and computer suite – there’s always a computer free which is important. We also do lab sessions in biomechanics and physiology where we do things like measuring joint angles, managing exercise data or exploring the effects of different drugs on the body.
"The course has taught me a broad range of skills and qualities such as leadership and how to work effectively in a team. As Maths involves lots of problem solving I’ve also learnt how to adapt to situations and to think outside of the box."