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Students will be able to study a Foundation Degree, before spending a further year “topping up” to a full BSC degree.

This September, and for the first time, the Community Sports Foundation will be providing a higher education offering for students.

Based at the Foundation’s new hub, The Nest, the award-winning course, designed in conjunction with the English Football League Trust, develops the skills and qualities that are required to work within professional football clubs community departments or national governing bodies, in areas of growth such as social inclusion, community coaching and football development.

Over the course, students will study a two-year Foundation Degree in Community Football Coaching, with the opportunity to complete a further “top up” year, allowing them to leave with a full BSc (Hons) degree in Football Coaching, Development and Administration.

To find out more about the degree, explore our dedicated webpage and brochure here.

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