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Joy for foundation degree students

Students enrolled onto Bristol City Robins Foundation’s Community Football Coaching & Development foundation degree programme exceed targets.

Congratulations to Foundation Degree students who recently received their end of year results with all students meeting or exceeding their targets.

Foundation Degree Programme Lead, Charlotte Plumb, commented: “The students have put in an incredible amount of work over the past year and I am really proud of their efforts despite some challenging circumstances.

"The students have really embraced the opportunity to gain work experience with our team and this has really complimented their studies and also led to many of the young people gaining paid employment.

“I look forward to welcoming the students back who are now progressing to complete a top up year enabling them to complete a full BSc, and I wish all the graduating students the best for the future, I am looking forward to learning about all of your future accomplishments.”

Foundation Degree student, Mel, gaining practical coaching experience with the Foundation

The Robins Foundation are proud to offer two unique Foundation Degree courses to further the learnings of young people: Community Football Coaching & Development and Community Sport Coaching & Development.

Ran in partnership with the University of South Wales, the two courses are designed to provide students with the necessary skills, qualities and characteristics to work within the football and sporting industry.

All lectures, seminars and tutorials are delivered at the inspirational setting of Ashton Gate Stadium.

To find out more about the courses and to apply please click here.

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