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So I'm studying my undergraduate degree in sports Development and coaching.

In the future I am thinking about possibly doing a masters degree but I don't know whether to do a PGCE in primary Teaching or a masters in sports Coaching. I love teaching but at the same time I love sports especially football and Futsal.

What do people think I should do?
Thanks. 🙂
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Hi
So I'm studying my undergraduate degree in sports Development and coaching.

In the future I am thinking about possibly doing a masters degree but I don't know whether to do a PGCE in primary Teaching or a masters in sports Coaching. I love teaching but at the same time I love sports especially football and Futsal.

What do people think I should do?
Thanks. 🙂
It is possible to get funding for both. I've just finished my primary PGCE and now I plan to start my masters in September something I have always wanted to do.
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It is possible to get funding for both. I've just finished my primary PGCE and now I plan to start my masters in September something I have always wanted to do.
Ah right thanks I'm thinking about doing one of them or the other because I just don't want to spend too much time studying. You see i mean I could do a masters in sports then a PGCE maybe that is the answer. I might do my masters degree quite a few years after my undergraduate and do a PGCE after my masters. Thanks for the advice though🙂.

Good luck with your masters hope all goes well.
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Ah right thanks I'm thinking about doing one of them or the other because I just don't want to spend too much time studying. You see i mean I could do a masters in sports then a PGCE maybe that is the answer. I might do my masters degree quite a few years after my undergraduate and do a PGCE after my masters. Thanks for the advice though🙂.

Good luck with your masters hope all goes well.
I wish you luck in your decision-making. If you have any questions about the primary PGCE course, you can message me on UniBuddy (found on the following link) https://www.newman.ac.uk/course/pgce...eptember-2021/
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I wish you luck in your decision-making. If you have any questions about the primary PGCE course, you can message me on UniBuddy (found on the following link) https://www.newman.ac.uk/course/pgce...eptember-2021/
Thank you 🙂
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