With University fees in the UK now an average of nearly £10,000 per year the FootballCV Academy has proved value for money – in essence the UK’s first private football school with the main aim of improving the skills of your son with a view to him being invited to join a professional club whilst also offering a nationally recognised qualification.
If we are successful then we will have achieved our main aim but in doing so we will have lost one of our scholars. We will not be able to claim recompense from the club that takes your son owing to him being a non-contract player.
This is unlike an academic public school, who knows their students will remain with them until the end of their education period. The Footballcv Academy would still have to fulfil to its partners ie Moulton College, the Best Western Hotel and the tutorial and coaching staff. They are fixed costs that have to be met each term.
There is therefore a difference in the way a football academy must structure its finances. We hope this will help you to understand the reasons for the need for FootballCV to receive its funding prior to the start of the term.
Fees for 2014/15 are £19,595 per year.
This will include;
Coaching, matches, kits, equipment, transport, tutoring, entertainment, excursions, guest speakers, accommodation, laundry, student welfare and meals for seven days a week.
There are no hidden extras and the fees also include private medical insurance for each player.
To assist you in regulating your finances we can accept instalments - this can be discussed if your son is offered and accepts a place. These are usually based on three instalments with the majority to be paid by the commencement of the academic year in September.
Please note fees for the second year may incur a small increase in line with inflation and cost of living.
Day students (non-residential)
The academy can offer a limited number of places for non-residential students.
For any day students the cost per year is £9,950.
This will include all coaching, kits, equipment, transport to College, tutoring, coaching, entertainment, breakfast & lunch, excursions and guest speakers. It will not include accommodation, evening meals or transport to and from the Academy.
Again we can accept installments - Please feel free to contact us for further information.
International Students fees
International Students wishing to study the college courses on offer will have to pay an additional £4,200 per year i.e £23,795 per year. For UK based students colleges receive government funding for further education, but unfortunately this is not available for overseas students.
For further information on overseas students please email or telephone +44 1933 420000.
Fees for English language and degree courses
Students wishing to enquire about studying for an English Language course or a foundation / BSc (Hons) Degree program are asked to contact the Academy for further details and fees.
Learner Support Funds
If you are studying at a public college, Learner Support Funds (LSFs) are the main source of financial support to help FE students with the additional costs involved in studying. LSFs include Access Funds, (which can help towards the cost of books, equipment, transport and tuition fees), Childcare Support Funds which assist students with childcare costs, and Residential Bursaries. Each college is able to set its own policy on how it applies these funds. Details would be available from the Student Support Officer at the college. If this is not what you are looking for or if you want more information you can contact the DFES by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 0870 000 2288.
Skills Funding Agency
The adult advancement and careers service will be launched on 1st August 2010. This will be a universal service providing provide personal, relevant advice on getting on in work and life to everyone, reflecting individual needs and situations. It will be available to all adults in England. Any adult aged 19 and over (or 18 and over for Jobcentre Plus clients) will be able to access the service, and will receive personalised help and support.
For more information please visit http://skillsfundingagency.bis.gov.uk
Career Development Loans
Career Development Loans are loans administered by banks to help pay for vocational learning. They have to be repaid but only when the course is complete. Career Development Loans are available from between £300 and £8,000.
For further information please visit http://www.lifelonglearning.co.uk/cdl/
Personal Bank Loan
We have contacted many banks and financial institutions to gain advice on your behalf to help with the annual fees for the Academy. All suggested the most cost-effective way was to contact your current bank for a personal loan.
Education Learning & Funding
For further information please visit https://www.gov.uk/browse/education
Job Centre Plus
or further information please visit https://www.gov.uk/contact-jobcentre-plus
JobMatch is a Welsh Assembly Government, Department for Work and Pensions and local authority backed initiative offering support and funding to help people to overcome barriers to employment.
For further information please visit http://www.torfaen.gov.uk
Careers Advice Service
For further information please visit https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/Pages/Home.aspx
Parents may also find it helpful to consult the Educational Grants Directory. Please contact ISC Educational Grants Advisory Service on 0207 283 3445.
We are also aware of some County Football Associations have helped towards a players fees in previous years. To find your County F.A. please visit www.thefa.com.