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IntroductionThe multi-faceted world of football requires modern football coaches to have highly developed skills and an in-depth knowledge of the principles of football coaching.Degree overviewThe MSc Football Coaching qualification is designed for those wishing to deepen their understanding of Football Coaching practices. The programme provides opportunities to engage in different aspects of football coaching including areas such as coaching philosophy, tactics and strategies, reflective
The multi-faceted world of football requires modern football coaches to have highly developed skills and an in-depth knowledge of the principles of football coaching.
The MSc Football Coaching qualification is designed for those wishing to deepen their understanding of Football Coaching practices. The programme provides opportunities to engage in different aspects of football coaching including areas such as coaching philosophy, tactics and strategies, reflective practice and performance analysis. It is ideal for current professionals working within the Football industry who prefer a more flexible mode of delivery instead of a purely campus based programme.
By having the opportunity to learn from the comfort of their own home or workplace, programme participants will be able to gain a further qualification to enhance their career prospects in a format that offers flexible hours and the chance to dictate their own work-life balance to fit around other commitments.
This programme is designed for those who already work, or aspire to work, in the sports industry, and offers the flexibility to allow participants to gain a Master’s degree qualification around their busy lifestyle.
The multi-faceted world of football requires modern football coaches to have highly developed skills and an in-depth knowledge of the principles of football coaching. The programme has been developed for those who have graduated from coaching or relevant degree programmes or coaches currently coaching within the game who want to develop their knowledge and skill set further or form part of their CPD. The broad, applied elements of this degree provide students with the skills and experience to progress and work either domestically or abroad in a multi-billion-pound global industry. UCFB’s ability to provide further Employability and Enrichment opportunities engages students in career development allowing students to find their place in the football industry.
UCFB’s Global Institute of Sport (GIS) offers groundbreaking master’s degree programmes in the football and sports industry. It utilises a global network of industry leaders and elite stadium venues in the UK, US, Canada and Australia.
GSI partners with VSI Executive Education (VSI) to deliver a world-leading executive portfolio. There are professional qualifications for all learners including graduates and sports business people. Also, the Industry Advisory Board boasts some of the top names in the world of sport.
Students enjoy excellent job prospects at GIS. More than 82% of master’s graduates are in employment within six months. Two thirds of those are working in the global sports industry.
Degree programmes cover three main areas:
Business, Law and Finance
Coaching and PE
Media, Marketing and Events.