Graduate Certificate in Sports Analytics

University of Canberra

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00212K

This course provides specialised knowledge in the area of sports analytics and how it can be applied in high performance sport for the betterment of the team. This course will have a focus on making the graduate industry ready to fulfil a relevant role in analytics, with a particular focus on data management, analysis and interpretation. The course will be taught by academics that are active within the high performance environment in the area of sports analytics thus providing contemporary, evidence based knowledge and skills to its students.


12 credit points


  • Performance analysis
  • Sport informatics and analytics

Standard entry requirements

  • Have completed a Bachelor degree (or higher) in the fields of Exercise Science, Sports Studies, Human Movement, or a scientific or data science field
  • OR have completed a Bachelor degree (or higher) in an unrelated discipline AND have evidence of relevant experience
  • OR submit a proposal alongside a formal application, demonstrating evidence of substantial relevant industry experience over a sustained period.


Following completion of the Graduate Certificate in Sports Analytics, students will be eligible to apply for International Society of Performance Analysis in Sport (ISPAS) accreditation (Level 2). The ISPAS provides an infrastructure of professionalisation, information and training opportunities for accredited performance analysts.

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
Canberra International: $14,235 Yes No information available

Further information

This is an online courses. International students may enrol in this course online in their home countries.

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