You'll be taught on our beautiful and historic campus located in Twickenham, London.
You will be encouraged to discuss your own experiences in light of the theoretical and conceptual areas covered in the foundation degree.
Teaching methods include practicals, seminars, lectures, workshops, observations, in-situ practicals (at various Chelsea FC Foundation contexts), problem-based sessions, technology-based sessions, and peer teaching.
Class sizes tend to be around 15 students.
Learning on the course is made up through a combination of:
- Contact time: 16%
- Work-based hours: 6%
- Guided learning: 18%
- Independent study: 60%
Independent study is a key feature of your degree and is crucial to furthering your knowledge.
You will receive your timetable a week before teaching is due to start at the latest.
A range of assessment methods and strategies will be utilised in the delivery of this degree. Presentations, small group work, workshops and practical sessions will be used to create a positive and enabling learning environment.
The assessments of the modules will be aligned to modes of teaching and learning. Specifically, the assessments will help develop skills and competencies that are required in the workplace.
We adhere to the university’s policy of providing feedback on assessments within three weeks.
See how your final degree mark is calculated...
Please refer to the information on compensated passes throughout your degree as outlined in the academic regulations.