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Poorer students are less likely to take part in sport at university

By Kerry Griffiths, Research Fellow in the Sport Industry Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University
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Sport has benefits for education as well as for health and wellbeing. Being active can help with concentration, and improve grades.

Sport also gives students skills that are valuable in the world of work, such as confidence, team working, leadership and communication skills. These can have a positive impact on future job opportunities.

Despite this, involvement…

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