FdSc Sports Studies
About the course
This course is available to UK/EU students only.
Please note this course is withdrawn from all colleges for 2020 entry.
This course is based around sports coaching, sport and fitness development and sport-related management. If you're hoping to work in the sports and leisure industry, you'll benefit from its strong emphasis on practical, work-based learning.
You'll take coaching modules at the outstanding Hertfordshire Sports Village on the de Havilland Campus at the University of Hertfordshire and have the opportunity to gain additional coaching awards.
All progression routes outlined below are currently valid; however available progression will be updated on an annual basis in accordance with changes in UH provision.
Progression to BSc (Hons) Sports Studies at UH requires an average classification grade tariff of 60% or more from the second year of study only, (i.e. all Level 5 modules) and a pass in Research Skills for Sports Studies (pre-requisite for BSc (Hons) Final Year Project, unless studying for a Pass degree only (non-honours route).
Why choose this course?
- Ideal course for those interested in sports coaching, sports and fitness development and sport related management.
- Outstanding facilities at Hertfordshire Sports Village.
What will I study?
Coaching units will be delivered at the outstanding Hertfordshire Sports Village on the de Havilland Campus at the University of Hertfordshire. The course is aimed at students who wish to work in the sports and leisure industry. There will also be a strong emphasis on work-based learning.
You could choose to progress to a BSc(Hons) Sports Studies degree at the university, or start a career in sports coaching, sports development, health and fitness development or sports management.
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