Scottish Active Students Survey - Win Free Sport & Leisure Equipment!

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In conjunction with partners Precor and ukactive, Scottish Student Sport (SSS) has launched a significant research survey aimed at understanding the impact and benefits of following an active lifestyle whilst at College or University.

The Scottish Active Students Survey was launched this week and will remain open throughout the rest of May. Click here to complete the short survey.

This unique consultation will form the basis for a groundbreaking report to be published later this year. The report will aim to quantify the many benefits of being involved in physical activity and sport in terms of health, wellbeing, confidence, personal development and employability. The headline findings are to be presented at the forthcoming SSS conference (Stirling University, 14th & 15th June).

For more information please contact the SSS office via info@scottishstudentsport.com or on 0131 650 9654.

 

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