WIT to lead €120,000 cross-border study for student sport science – An €120,000 cross-border research partnership project examining the participation of 11,000 third-level students across Ireland in sport and physical activity is being led by a consortium, with Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) at its helm.

The project, conducted by the Centre for Health Behaviour Research, will be called Student Sport and Activity Study Ireland (SSASI). It is the first study of its kind to be conducted in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and is important in creating an overall picture on how the policies and programmes of individual colleges compare with others, or how levels of participation vary across the sector.

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