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WHAT'S IN STORE
The nationwide first will see students study sport and exercise science and management courses alongside two major venues – the SCG and Allianz Stadium – with the world-class facility to be a new home for the top rugby players in the country and industry-leading scholars.
UTS undergraduate and postgraduate program will feature a number of degrees, including sport and exercise science, sport and exercise management, honours and research.
- Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science
- Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Management
- Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science (Honours)
- Masters of Sport and Exercise (Research)
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
The ARDC will re-energise rugby's grassroots, creating a new home base for programs including VIVA7s, indigenous rugby and women’s rugby initiatives.
For visiting regional teams, it will provide them with an opportunity to access the facilities of the Wallabies and Olympic Sevens teams, who will train alongside those athletes already involved in UTS's high-performance and elite athlete program.
What they said
SCG Trust CEO, Jamie Barkley: "The development of a world-class sporting, education and community hub confirms the future of rugby and UTS at Moore Park. UTS students have already started attending classes in the precinct and they will transition to the ARDC in 2018, creating a dynamic space that promotes a combined culture of sport and education."
ARU CEO, Bill Pulver: “The ARDC will greatly enhance the sustainability and success of Australian Rugby. It provides a new home for Australian Rugby in a terrific sporting precinct. Co-locating with UTS will provide exceptional benefits and enable us to develop better high-performance environments for our Qantas Wallabies, Wallaroos, Qantas Men’s and Women’s Sevens teams, and junior representative teams."
UTS Vice Chancellor, Attila Brungs: “Taking the sports sciences to the sporting field and enabling academics and students to work alongside elite athletes in world-class sporting facilities means UTS can ensure relevant and high-impact learning and research outcomes for scholars and sportspeople."
For more information about this project:
Call: 1800 791 196 (during business hours)
Write: ARDC c/o GPO Box 150, Sydney NSW 2001