After secondary school, some students find they aren’t ready to enter a program of collegiate study. For those students, foundation year programs are a beneficial option. These programs bridge the gap between secondary study and university study to help students be more successful in future academic endeavors.
What is a foundation year in sport? These programs generally prepare students for advanced studies by introducing them to subject matter they may encounter in the future. Many programs give students the option to choose either business strategy related to sports or the physical elements of sport. Coursework in business strategy may cover topics such as physiotherapy, biomechanics or biochemistry. For the former, coursework may focus on sports marketing, coaching and sports management.
The benefits of a foundation year in sport are not confined to the classroom. In addition to the improved multitasking skills that develop through responding to rigorous program demands, students often grow an awareness of physical fitness and hone their interpersonal communication skills.
The cost of enrolling in a foundation year in sport can vary because of several factors. Prospective scholars should make efforts to speak to the admissions representatives at various institutions to make sure that the cost of attendance is feasible.
After having completed a foundation year in sport, students may be prepared to pursue several different advanced degree options, including education and leadership, kinesiology and sports facilities management. Completing these degree programs may help students gain careers as coaches in professional sports organizations or as physical therapists. Other job titles include athletic director, facilities manager, sports director, marketing director for sports and communication, and even sports writer.
Engaging in a foundation year in sport can put scholars on the track to academic and career success. For more information, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
Prepare for direct entry to Year 2 of an undergraduate degree in a wide range of subjects including Biological Sciences, Computing, Mathematics, and Software Engineering
Prepare for direct entry to Year 2 of an undergraduate degree in a wide range of subjects including Biological Sciences, Computing, Mathematics, and Software Engineering at the University of Stirling. With this pathway, you'll also have the opportunity to progress to one of eight other leading Scottish universities - if you choose this option, you may progress to Year 1 or Year 2 of your degree, depending on the university you choose.
A specialist programme helping you to develop the knowledge and skills for your chosen degree.
Study academic modules that reflect the first year of your chosen degree.
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Our class sizes are smaller than you’ll typically experience at university – so you'll have more time with your teachers.
You will have university-style lessons for subject-based modules, to help you adapt to the studying in the UK.
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Key course facts
Course length: 3-4 Terms
Start dates: 2018: September; 2019: January, June, September; 2020: January
Fees: From £15,075
Class hours: 21 hours per week on average
Class size: 16
English classes per week: 6 hours
Subject module classes per week: 15 hours
Average total per week: 21 hours
Loughborough College has been running an International Foundation Programme for over 12 years. For the past 6 years, this programme has been a dual-partnership with Lough
Loughborough College has been running an International Foundation Programme for over 12 years. For the past 6 years, this programme has been a dual-partnership with Loughborough University. We will be returning to having ownership of the programme again in 2017 whilst still retaining close links to the university.
The Loughborough College International Foundation Programme is designed for international students who have good end of school grades but are in need of an extra year of study before beginning their university studies in the UK.
Special emphasis is placed on subject specific tuition to prepare students for their chosen degree programme, as well as developing the study skills needed for success in an independent learning environment....
This course is for students that have a real passion for sport, and want to learn about the art/science of coaching sports skills .
What's the Sports Coaching Foundation Degree (FdA) course about?
This course is for students that have a real passion for sport, and want to learn about the art/science of coaching sports skills . Students will develop a range of skills and knowledge in key areas of sports coaching which will be appropriate for successful transition into a sports coaching/delivery based career. The course is ideal for those who wish to work with sports clubs, schools, national governing bodies or operate sports coaching based businesses.
The course is delivered through a range of ways including practical based work, reflective practice, sports performance analysis and planning, and organising and running sports coaching events. The course is predominantly practical based and centred on codes of conduct and professional practice. As part of the course students will undertake work experience. The course is fully supported by Manchester Leisure and work placement providers.
This Foundation Degree course has been designed to provide students with relevant practical skills, academic knowledge and coaching expertise to gain employment as footba
About the course
Myerscough has excellent links with football clubs across the North West to support the delivery of courses and increase student’s employment prospects. Students receive football coaching every day as part of the Myerscough Football Development Centre. This operates just like a football academy; it encompasses academic lessons, coaching sessions, physio/rehabilitation clinics and competitive fixtures. It is supported by qualified tutors and FA/UEFA qualified coaches. There are currently six former Myerscough students who are professionals in the English Football League, at clubs including Cardiff, Barnsley, Rochdale and Morecambe, with more playing at the top end of the non-league game. In addition, another student progressed from the College to a top-flight club in Portugal. On the field, Myerscough teams continue to enjoy success on an annual basis across a range of competitions, and over the last few years alone have been ECFA U19 North West Premier Champions, winners of the National Premier Cup and National Premier ‘Champion of Champions’ competition, as well as performing well in the Lancashire Floodlit League and the FA National Futsal Championship....