Athletics (Track & Field)

Track & Field

Have you got what it takes to participate at the highest level? Be a part of a Track & Field team at a collegiate level and you will get a unique opportunity to further develop from successful coaches with a proven track record.

Not only will you have access to the world’s most talented coaches, but you will also have access to world class facilities. You will get personalized training gear with your school’s logo, in addition to other equipment. You will have access to physiotherapy, weight rooms, strength and conditioning coaches and more. All travels related to competition with the school is covered by the school team.

There are over 1,000 college track and field programs across the various institutions. There are a certain number of scholarships available; For men’s programs, a fully funded NCAA DI or DII track team will have 12.6 scholarships, NAIA programs have 12 scholarships. The vast majority of track scholarships are given as partial scholarships, but there is always the chance you can get a full-ride if you showcase exceptional talent.

You’ll have access to the best facilities, coaches, athletic trainers, physios, doctors, equipment and teammates. Track & Field coaches are looking at times from nationally recognized events and meet, so to get the best possible scholarship your times should be from a national event that you have competed in prior to contacting the relevant coaches.

You’ll also have access to a network of international students and excellent academic facilities, professors, tutors and international advisors there to provide you with the utmost support, helping you succeed.

Athletic scholarships are not always for the athlete that wants to go pro or play at a higher level. If gaining a degree to carry on your life long career passion is what you want, why not do this through the sport that you love while gaining an experience second to none.

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