Study in a high-performance environment
at the home of the Carlton Football Club
THURSDAY 30 june
Visit us on campus at IKON Park!
Kickstart your career
at the Carlton college of sport!
Get your foot in the door of the sports industry at the Carlton College of Sport,
where you will combine your first year of tertiary study with real-world experience.
A partnership between Carlton Football Club and La Trobe University – the leading university
for career outcomes in sport – this unique tertiary program provides the ultimate
learning experience in a high-performance environment.
SPORT COACHING AND DEVELOPMENT
The one-year Diploma of Sport Coaching and Development prepared graduates for a career in sports coaching and sports development. Delivered at IKON Park, this course is a mixture of sport and exercise science, sport coaching, talent identification, game development, sport management and more.
ELITE SPORT BUSINESS
If you’re a sports enthusiast interested in what happens behind the scenes of a professional sporting club, including how sport is managed, presented and promoted, then the Diploma of Elite Sport Business is for you.
The Football Development Program is an opportunity for any footballer keen to take their game to the next level, to spend a year underaking an AFL level Football Development Program at the Carlton Football Club, while simultaneously attaining a tertiary qualification in Sport Business, Sport Science or Coaching and Development.
WHY STUDY AT THE
CARLTON COLLEGE OF SPORT?
Four graduate roles offered for each cohort at the Carlton Football Club
at the Carlton College of Sport.
Keen to start your career in sport this year? Join us to study a diploma at the Carlton College of Sport in Semester 2 this year!
Our first guest lecture for the year was delivered by our own Football Development Coach, Torin Baker, about the values and expectations of Carlton College.
Thinking of making a change to a career in sport? Carlton College offers students of any age the opportunity to work in the sport industry.
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