"You’ll need to have the enthusiasm and drive to get more people involved in sport, as well as a positive attitude and good communication skills."
"If you don’t have experience, that’s fine – as long as you bring bags of enthusiasm!" says Tony.
"Use your sport personal statement to show us that you have the personal qualities you’ll need to succeed on this sports development course."
"Talk about the modules you are looking forward to studying and why - this will tell us more about you," he said.
"Emphasise how the Sports Coaching and Development degree will support your future career pathway.
"If you know where you want to be in five years’ time, say so. Maybe you want to become a PE teacher or get a sports development officer job – the Sports Coaching and Development course is ideal for these."