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    Having looked on a few university websites, I have noticed that some courses entry requirements state that 'Those with the unnecessary requirements may still be considered on an individual basis'. To put this into context I am hoping to complete a sports degree and have relevant qualifications (coaching badges), and experience in coaching. Would this be enough to have any chance of being accepted?
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    (Original post by MikeChaizor99)
    Having looked on a few university websites, I have noticed that some courses entry requirements state that 'Those with the unnecessary requirements may still be considered on an individual basis'. To put this into context I am hoping to complete a sports degree and have relevant qualifications (coaching badges), and experience in coaching. Would this be enough to have any chance of being accepted?
    If you have no study at level 3 before i would be unsure that they would accept you for direct entry but you wont know until you ask admissions, maybe look into foundation years too.
 
 
 

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