Success & Alumni

Creating career options on and off the field of play

Ever since 2003, Our alumni of past graduates incudes people who have gone on to University in this country or overseas, or a career in sport either with some making it as a professional footballer and many who have made it as semi-professional footballer.


There are also many others who are working full time in sport in areas such as Coaching, Teaching, Strength & Conditioning Coaches, Sports Development, Sports Scientists, Sports Nutrionists, Sports Analysts, Sports Therapists, Sports Business & Management and Officiating.  

Find out here about our pathways partners helping you make that next step.

To get started or to find out more, contact us here.


“I’m really enjoying my time here.

It is ideal for me as I do my classes in the morning

and train in the afternoon.  


I completed my NVQ Level 2 in Sport in my first year

and then progressed on to BTEC Level 3 Diploma

in Sport. I am now in the first year at Level 3.  


I want to become a professional footballer, however if I

don’t make it then I have achieved full time

qualifications in further education and will be able to

then pursue a full time career in sport”.” 


Dylan Woods


“I did really well at the college and achieved a

BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport".


After completing my course I could have gone to University,

but I chose to follow an Apprenticeship route as I wanted to

become a coach and teacher and an earn money straight away.


I was fortunate that iSPORTS offered me a position as an

Apprentice Tutor & Coach. After completing my apprenticeship,

iSPORTS have now employed me full time as a qualified tutor

and coach. I look forward meeting new people wanting to join

our college.

Matt Loizou


Prince was born in Ghana and came to this country to study and

develop as a footballer.


He was Captain of our Men’s First Team at our Manchester Campus

and is a high quality box to box midfielder. 


He initially undertook the Level 2 Sport, then progressed on to the

Level 3 Sport for another two years.


After completing his studies with us he progressed on to University

to study for a Degree in Sports, Coaching & Development.

He will commence his final year in September 2020.


Upon completion of his Degree he would like to return to Ghana

and open his own football academy and help young players in

his home country. 



Prince Owusu

“I passed my BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Sport a

few years ago and then went to University.


The course at the college gave me a wonderful opportunity in life

to study sport and train and play competitive football.


I am now working full time in sports development.”


Matt Hancock

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“When I came to the college I studied at Level 2 Sport as well as

doing Maths & English.


My GCSE grades were not high enough to study Level 3 Sports

straight after leaving school as I did struggle at school.  The college

was perfect for me as the combination of football and studies help

to keep me motivated.


I went on to study Level 3 Sport after achieving at Level 2 and then

decided when I completed this to obtain an Apprenticeship as a

teaching assistant at a primary school.


I am now a qualified P.E. teacher and also a professional football coach

as well as still playing myself. I would never of thought I would have

the confidence to become a teacher in the future before I came to the



The staff at iSPORTS are dedicated, professional and have your best interests at heart”.


Ryan Millington

“Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.”

Oscar Wilde


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