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Study Abroad Sport

St Mary’s offer  sport for students at all levels, from social sport through to elite athlete support.

We are one of London’s top-performing sports institutions and provides resources for a variety of interests and skill levels, from gym membership, personal training, and fitness classes to sports clubs, specialist services and rehabilitation. 

Sport St Mary's coordinates an extensive range of facilities and programmes at one of the UK's premier sports institutions. 

The world-class facilities on the main campus and at Teddington Lock (one mile away) have functioned as  Olympic pre-Games training camps; athletes from 14 countries for the World Athletics Championships 2017 trained at St Mary’s and we were a Team Base during the  Rugby World Cup 2015.  

Study Abroad students have a unique opportunity, to take be a part of one of the UK’s leading sports universities, and to use the extensive facilities and clinicians that work here. 

How to get involved

Once you've arrived on campus, you will be able to select your sports package. If you're primarily interested in using the gym and taking fitness classes, choose Gym and Fitness Package. If you'd like to participate in students sports clubs, choose Club Sport Membership. You're welcome to sign up for both. If you're an experienced athlete, you can choose the Advanced Sport Package to receive even more benefits. The prices below are for single semester students only.

Gym and Fitness Package: £75 (add-on price)
  • Includes use of gym facilities for one semester
  • All fitness classes for one semester 
  • Access to the Sir Mo Farah Track
Club Sport Membership: £60 (add-on price)
  • Single semester membership to student sports teams
  • Personal accident insurance
  • Competition transportation and accommodation

A list of clubs can be found on the St Mary's Students' Union (SMSU) website.

Advanced Sport Package: £450 (add-on price)
  • Gym and Fitness Package
  • One Body Pod body composition assessment 
  • Two physiological assessments 
  • Resting metabolic rate testing 
  • Strength and Conditioning screening