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Cornwall College

International Golf Management

UCAS Code: 28T5

Foundation Degree in Arts - FdA

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2.0years

Full-time | 2020

If you are looking to develop your golf and your career in the golf sector, then this is the programme for you. The industry is now truly international and opportunities exist throughout the world for individuals who are passionate about golf and who are work ready. You will develop your business and management skills alongside your golf, with fantastic facilities in Sussex, UK and Spain/Portugal with golf coaching that will really get the best out of you.

The FdA International Golf Management is a two year programme of study with winter training taking place in Portugal/Spain during the second semester of each year. The taught programme runs from September until the end of March finishing in time for the start of the golf season (with a three day residential in the summer term). You can expect to work at weekends, some evenings and have independent study during the playing season. The first semester is in the UK at Lindfield Golf Club, and the East Sussex National Golf Club. The second semester takes place in Portugal/Spain at Castro Marim (Portugal) and Islantilla Golf Resort (Spain).

**Possible Progression** (subject to availability)
BA (Hons) International Golf Management (Level 6 only)
BSc (Hons) Tournament Golf (Level 6 only)
BA (Hons) International Business Management (with Professional Golf) (Level 6 only)

**Possible Careers**
Junior Golf Operations Managers
Golf Resort Department Heads
Marketing & General Management

**Information Events at East Sussex National**:
Please contact: [email protected] to book your place.
Friday 11 October 2019 1300
Saturday 12 October 2019 10:00

*For more information: https://www.thegolfcollegedegree.com/ *

Modules

Year 1: TGFC05 Brand & Image (20 Credits), International Golf Industry, Operation & Practice (20 Credits), Managing Hospitality (20 Credits), Golf Performance through applied Technology (20 Credits), Retail Management (20 Credits), TGFC08 Academic & Professional Golf Development in the Work Place (20 Credits). Year 2: TGFD07 Research Project in Professional Golf (20 Credits), TGFD04 Sports Sponsorship (20 Credits), E-Business & Marketing (20 Credits), Contemporary International Business Issues (20 Credit), International Golf Tourism & Golf Event Management (20 Credit), Business Project Management (20 Credit).

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