Academy of Sport at Coventry CollegeWhere you achieve greatness
Coventry College’s Academy of Sport offers learners a unique opportunity to study whilst developing their sporting skills.
The Academy takes on ambitious learners and helps them to achieve both academic and sporting excellence.
Kickstart your career
Our programmes focus on developing knowledge of the sporting industry to prepare learners for either playing professionally or working in the industry in another capacity.
As a member of the academy, you’ll benefit from top-class coaching and support alongside state-of-the-art facilities at the Alan Higgs Centre.
Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme: Balance sport with education
TASS helps young athletes – aged 16 plus – to get the very best from their sporting and academic studies without having to compromise.
Latest News and Events from the Academy
Portugal’s Rugby Youth Festival will see more than 100 teams competing from across Europe, USA, Brazil, Argentina, South Africa, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Jamal Gask-Clarke, a 17 year old student on the Coventry College Education Programme in partnership with Wasps Academy, has been invited to take part in the England 7s Academy Talent Identification Camp 2019.
A programme which is the first of its kind in Coventry and will help develop the next generation of female rugby players has been launched.
Head of Rugby and Academies Manager, Pete Glackin, has landed himself an additional role at Birmingham Moseley.
One of Coventry College’s most promising rugby talents has taken another step towards stardom after making his first senior appearance for one of the UK’s best-known rugby clubs.
A Coventry teenager is living the American dream after being selected to represent Great Britain at his favourite sport.
Sam Everett, 17, from Attleborough, will be representing England Counties Under-18s side in a two-match test series against Ireland C at the home of Bedford Blues
Coventry College student Demi Ponticelli has been selected ahead of around 50 other trialists to represent the Association of Colleges (AoC) National Netball squad for the coming year.
Online software and video technology has enabled the College’s 31-strong cohort of rugby athletes - who combine classroom study with professional-standard rugby training as part of the Coventry College Rugby Academy - to continue their sporting development.