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Sports Coaching

BSc (Hons) Sports Coaching Science (Top-Up)

  • 6

    Level 6

  • Duration
    Multiple - see below

  • Start Date
    September 2021

  • Venue
    Easton College

  • Course Code

Start Dates

  • September 2021, Full-time, 1 year
  • September 2021, Part-time, 2 years

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This top up course explores the nature of sports coaching within various sectors of the sports and leisure industry. Students will gain an understanding of the many different types of work environment within the sector, ranging from working as a self-employed coach, to the related fields of sports development and sports/physical education.

Why Our College?

Elite facilities

Our sports facilities are among the best in the region and include the largest indoor tennis venue in the East of England, 3G pitches and gym and fitness centre.

Large, growing industry

The sport, health and fitness industry is worth £20bn and growing.

Industry expert teachers

You will learn from expert teachers with extensive experience in the industry.

Entry Requirements

240 HE credits (including 120 at Level 5 in a sport related subject) and a successful interview. GCSEs in Maths, English and Science at grade C or above are desirable. Mature students and students already employed will need a range of qualifications, and prior work and learning experiences will be taken into account, accredited and considered at interview stage.

Students with English as a foreign language:
Applications from students from all backgrounds are welcome. We require evidence of proficiency in English (including writing, listening, speaking and reading). Our recognised English Language qualifications include: ESOL IELTS: 6 overall (minimum of 5.5 in any component).


September 2021, Full-time, 1 year

£8,000 per annum

September 2021, Part-time, 2 years

£4,000 per annum. Students will be required to complete 60 credits (0.5 of the full-time course) in any one academic year.