Access to Higher Education Sports Management in partnership with University Academy 92

Course Overview

This Access course has been newly developed for September 2020, fordelivery in partnership with UA92 at their campus next to the Old Trafford Cricket ground. The course will combine the study of Sports Science with Business and Management theory. it is intended to support progression into Higher Education courses in the growing fields of Sports and performance Management, Sports Coaching & Development and Sports Business Management. Through lectures and group work, you will be able to master key principles, independent study, academic research and gain practical skills valued by employers and high education institutions alike.

Course Requirements

The course requires you to have achieved GCSE English Language and Maths at grade C/4 or above. Equivalent level 2 qualifications can be considered in some circumstances.

Mandatory Units

Sports Module: Sports Development, Developing Sports Skills, Training & Fitness, Physiology in Sport, Psychology of Sports Performance.
Management Module: Business Management Structures, Effective Meetings, Managing Change, Recruitment and Selection.
Business Module: Business Ethics, Business Finance and Planning, Business IDeas and Start-Ups, Business Organisations, Introduction to Marketing.

Course Assessment

Assessments include essays, practical reports, case studies, open or closed book examinations along with verbal, visual and/or IT-based presentations. All modules will include an element of time-constrained assessment which will contribute towards the final module grade.

Course Finance

The fees for the course are £3022. Fees are due at enrolment and an instalment plan is available. Once you have enrolled you are liable for the full year's fee, regardless of whether the full year is completed or not.

Learners aged 19+ may be eligible to take out an Advanced Learner Loan for the tuition fees (the registration fee cannot be included; this must be paid yourself). For learners going on the successfully study a degree then the amojnt fot the Access to HE loan will be written off.

Course Additional Information

Full-time