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Department of Exercise & Health
Sport Science
Study Program
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Applied Neurosciences in Sports & Exercise, M.Sc.

The international Master’s degree Program “Applied Neurosciences in Sports & Exercise” (ANSE) is a two year fulltime program divided into four semesters including 3 course semesters and a 6 month Master’s thesis. Education focuses on neuroscientific aspects of physical activity in sports and health care settings flowing into two areas of specialization: Therapy of Neurological and Neurodegenerative Diseases and Injuries & Training and Performance Development.

Please, have a closer look at the details of the study program on the other webpages or send us an email (ANSE(at)sport.upb(dot)de) if you are interested

  • in the combination of neuroscience and sports & exercise

  • in (neuro-)scientific thinking and working

  • in applied research that transfers basic knowledge to therapy and performance

  • to study in an intercultural surrounding.

Further information for foreign students is provided by the homepage of the International Office of Paderborn University.


Support for enrolled students

International Office

  • Dormitories
  • Formalities
  • Study Organisation
  • Counselling, Workshops, Online-Seminars
  • Jobs

Dates and Deadlines at UPB

  • University calender
  • Course registration and deregistration
  • Examination registration and deregistration
  • Upcoming lecture periods

Dr. Kirsten Reinecke

Sports Medicine

Study Program Coordination "Applied Neurosciences in Sports & Exercise"

Kirsten Reinecke
+49 5251 60-3182
+49 5251 60-3088

Office hours:

mondays 1-2pm
(currently with appointment only)

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