Preventive and Adapted Physical Activities degree last for two years. Teaching will typically be conducted via lectures and seminars, but you can also expect laboratory sessions (when studying exercise physiology and sport medicine); practical sessions (in rehabilitation gyms, fitness rooms, swimming pools); and independent research and study. Admission in Preventive and Adapted Physical Activities degree requires the possession of the Exercise and Sport Science degree, or equivalent foreign degree. Only 100 students including 2 non-EU places are admitted. Students are expected to develop theoretical knowledge alongside applied practical skills. Assessment is based on coursework; written, oral or practical exams; and laboratory reports. Towards the end of the course, you may be required to write a dissertation and/or conduct a piece of independent research.