Women's Football Assessment Days 2019/20
Assessment days for 2019/20 Women's Football have been confirmed
As a talented footballer you’ll have the chance to study, train and play in an environment that’s as close as it gets to a professional club. Hartpury has an outstanding track record of developing players as well as preparing them for a career beyond their sport.
We’ll help you balance your studies and your football commitments. You’ll benefit from our extensive links with FA Women’s Super League and National Premier League teams, where you can combine playing for Hartpury and an external football club. There will also be opportunities to play exhibition fixtures, gain invaluable work experience, and build links for your future career.
You’ll learn from some of the best coaches at Hartpury. We’ll support you to achieve excellence in your academic studies and your football.
You’ll enjoy our extensive links with professional and non-league clubs, allowing you to play for Hartpury and an external football club. While you’re with us, you can gain invaluable work experience and build links for your future career.
We design your timetable with you in mind, meaning you'll get the best from your qualification and your training. As well as weekly sessions from dedicated coaches, you’ll have opportunities to compete at your level of college sport. The Association of Colleges Sport (AoC) leagues are your chance to compete against some of the UK’s top teams.
Improve all aspects of your game on-site with access to our specialist facilities. Two all-weather 3G pitches and three grass pitches provide the perfect surface to play rugby. You’ll also benefit from access to our performance services. Strength and conditioning coaches, physiotherapists, and nutritionists to lifestyle management and game analysis will keep you performing at your peak.
Our Sports Academy facilities give you access to treatment suites, as well as human performance and biomechanics labs.
All of our courses – A-levels and diplomas - offer clear progression routes through to university courses and the world of work. All students work not only towards their main qualification, but also the Hartpury Certificate.
Our diplomas in our specialist subject areas have the same academic value as A-levels (a two-year Extended Diploma is equivalent to three A-levels) but are more practical and work-related, without missing out on any of the important subject theory.
Our A-levels focus on traditional study skills and students study three A-levels for around six hours per week; that’s more teaching hours than the majority of sixth forms and colleges. They are also supported to access compulsory enrichment with opportunities and clubs relating to their area of interest, ensuring they stand out from the crowd when they apply to university or move on to employment.
Our Access to Higher Education Diplomas enable successful students who want to do a degree but left school or college without the qualifications they needed to move into Higher Education.