- Start date: September
- Duration: 2 years
- Location: Brooksby
- Fees: £7500 per year
Students are able to progress onto the BSc Sports Science (Top-up).
- Year 1: 72 UCAS points from a Level 3 qualification in a relevant subject or 3 A levels (1 x Science preferred
- Year 2: 120 Credits at Level 4 in relevant subject + bridging assignment (may be required)
The programme has been constructed to allow for the development of fundamental knowledge, strength and conditioning, performance analysis and coaching in year one. These skills are enhanced and applied in year two.
This Foundation Degree in Sports Science offers a unique opportunity to individualise students’ learning towards their personal career goals and create a subject specialism in their preferred subject area. Research projects as well as an applied experience module will enable students to tailor their learning to determine their subject specialism in sports and equip them with skills and experience for their desired career.
Alongside their study, students will have the opportunity to gain additional vocational professional qualifications at an additional cost to enhance their future employability in coaching or personal training strength and conditioning or teaching.
All students will be given guaranteed placement opportunities either at our brand new Sports Centre, within local primary or secondary school, through other local sports partnerships, or with the college’s professional sports partners. The type and location of the placement is dependent upon students’ chosen pathway and desired future career.
Upon completion of the two year programme students will be equipped with all the skills they need to gain employment in their chosen area or continue their studies onto the Top-Up Degree.
BMC Sports Academies
Here at BMC, we work with Leicester Tigers, Leicester City Women FC and Future Elite Sports to offer our students the chance to play the sport they love alongside studying for their qualification.
Find out more about these programmes by clicking the links below:
Year 1 Modules
- Human Anatomy and Kinesiology
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Research Skills
- Principles of Sports Coaching
- Introduction to Strength and Conditioning
- Introduction to Performance Analysis
Year 2 Modules
- Sport and Exercise for Specific Populations
- Team Psychology and Group Behaviour
- Research Methods
- Lab based Physiology for Sport and Exercise
- Applied Sports Coaching
- Strength and Conditioning and Injury Prevention
- Applied Performance Analysis and Biomechanics
Assessment methods are varied including coursework, practical assessment and exams.
Enrichment and Employability
All students will be given guaranteed placement opportunities either at our brand new sports centre, within local primary or secondary school, through other local sports partnerships or with the college’s professional sports partners, depending on their chosen pathway and desired future career.
Opportunities to play in the colleges sports teams or play recreational sport are available to all students.
Our Undergraduate Open Events give you the opportunity to meet our industry-expert lecturers and tour our state-of-the-art facilities.
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