|FdSc Marine Sports Science||Falmouth Marine School (map)||12||16-09-2013||60wks||£6000.00*|
How is the course studied at this venue? - If you enjoy being on the water and you love sport then this course is ideal for you. Study the science of achieving success in sport and learn the skills to help you help others to do better. Through lectures, seminars and practical sessions afloat and on land, together with work based learning in the industry, you can be at the cutting edge of marine sports development.
Additional Information - Through this course you will be given the opportunity to undertake National Governing Body Qualifications. Some of these qualifications have an additional examination fee, for up to date information about the latest fees please contact the Ocean Science Department.
Who is this course for?
If you enjoy being on the water and you love sport then this course is especially for you. Study the science of achieving success in sport and learn the skills to help you help others to do better. Through lectures, seminars and practical sessions afloat and on land, together with work-based learning in the industry, you can be at the cutting edge of marine sports development.
120 UCAS points plus GCSE English and maths at grade C or above, or equivalent.
You must be over the age of 18 at the time of entry. We welcome applications from mature students.
Previous learning and experience may be credited. If in doubt, call 0845 22 32 567 or email email@example.com.
What will I be doing on the course?
Whilst based at Falmouth Marine School you will study specialist university sports courses with a marine focus. The facilities on campus offer the opportunity to develop practical as well as academic skills, right in the centre of historic Falmouth. There will be a varied mixture of lectures, practical sessions and work-based learning and by combining the expertise of teaching staff we can guarantee the aspiring marine sports science graduate the very best in tuition and resources that Cornwall can provide.
You will also make the most of water-based activities in the area through three week-long blocks of time spent on the water, spread throughout the year, with the aim of working towards your National Governing Body (NGB) qualifications in kayaking, windsurfing and sailing.
In addition you will find some lessons can be done using surfing, coasteering and land-based sports. For those who achieve the required NGB requisites you will be given a subsidised place on a coaching qualification on the above sports.
What can I do after the course?
Our graduates have gone on to set up international businesses, progress to managerial positions and further their academic excellence.
We also hold an annual industry day during which many of our students obtain employment.
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Bursaries available, please contact Student Services for details.
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*KIS uses information from courses with more than 23 students. Our average class size can be below this so the information for some courses may not truly reflect the quality of our courses and our learners’ experience.
* All fees shown on this website are accurate to the best of our knowledge, however, we reserve the right to amend the fees without prior notice. Fees may be subject to additional charges for registration, books or examinations. Loans, Grants and Bursaries are available for some University Level courses. Find out more here or speak with one of our advisors in Customer Enquiries - 0845 22 32 567. If you are an International student, please contact our International office to discuss fees and application procedure - 0044 (0)1726 226435