Sport is part of everyone’s life. Sport and physical activity have the power to transform people’s wellbeing and create a fitter, healthier and happier nation while contributing approximately £40 billion to the UK economy every year. This new course will offer you the unique opportunity to focus your journalistic ambitions on the sport of your choice – from cricket, rugby or football to car racing, gymnastics and minority sports (e.g. Women’s sports and Paralympics). With Wolverhampton Wonderers just across the road and other local clubs (West Bromwich, Telford, Walsall, Staffordshire Cricket Club etc.) within easy reach, you will frequently go to press conferences, matches and other sports events in the area.
With our Foundation Year you can develop the skills and knowledge that you need to study at undergraduate level, building on your strengths and working on your weaknesses, so that you can feel confident that by the end you are ready to commence a degree course, and to apply the skills to undertake the directed and independent learning which will help you to achieve your potential.
You can study the skills required for work-based learning, and identify your future aims and how to achieve them through career advice and discussion with tutors.
You can experience the content and approach of a range of the different subjects offered in the School of Humanities and the School of Media, interact with the members of staff who will deliver those subjects in following years, shadow current undergraduates for short periods, and undertake further research on a topic that reflects your interests, so that you are fully confident of your choice of subject(s) before committing yourself to enrolment.
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15 January 2019
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30 June 2019
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31 August 2019
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20 September 2019
The final deadline for applications to 2019 courses. Applications must arrive at UCAS by 18:00 (UK time).
22 October 2019
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