Home Tags Masters programme
Tag: masters programme
For the first time, four Nordic institutions for higher education have developed a common Nordic Master in Friluftsliv (Outdoor studies). The studies are full-time for a two-year period. The program provides knowledge about health perspectives related to outdoor life, green urban environments and a strengthened ability to understand and experience nature. The program is in English and starts in the fall of 2020.
Call for Participation | International Master program in Sport Management | Molde University College, Norway. Call ends April 15, 2018
This program is designed to prepare students to work in management positions in the sport and sport-related industry. It intends to convey a solid understanding and knowledge about sport management as it is practiced globally. Students are introduced to legal, ethical, economical, organizational, historical, political, and psychological topics necessary to meet the demands of this growing industry.
Call for Application | M.A. program “International Sport Development and Politics” | Institute of European Sport Development and Leisure Studies, German Sport University Cologne. Apply before 2018-05-31
This M.A. program is designed primarily for graduates of sports, social sciences and humanities who have a strong interest in the political, cultural, economic and social aspects of sport. Aiming at a comprehensive understanding of structures, actors and conflicts in sport and physical activity, it provides an international focus on sport, including transnational and comparative dimensions.
Master’s Programme (one year) at Malmö University | Sport in Society | Apply before January 15, 2018
The programme offers an international classroom environment and brings together students from different backgrounds and experiences. This allows students to deepen their knowledge and gain an overview based on the academic backgrounds and practical experience of other students, and they will be able to work transculturally in their future professions.
Master’s Programme (two years) at Malmö University | Sport in Society | Apply before January 15, 2018
This two-year master’s programme is tailored for those who have undergraduate experience in sports science, physical education, health science and management. The programme gives you the advantage of being schooled in the latest theories and the opportunity to apply these theories and concepts to real-life projects and challenges through individual assignments and group projects.
Sport Business Management is for students who are passionate about sport and who want to gain management and leadership skills in this expanding and exciting industry.
AISTS stands for Académie Internationale des Sciences et Techniques du Sport or International Academy of Sports Science and Technology in English. AISTS was established in the year 2000, and is a not for profit foundation incorporated in Switzerland under Swiss private law (art. 80 of the Swiss Civil Code). AISTS office and courses are based on the campus of the EPFL, the Olympic...
The Molde MSc in Sports Management is designed to prepare students to work in management positions in the sports and sport-related industry. This programme intends to provide a solid understanding of sports management as it is practised in the European context, and introduce the students to the legal, ethical, financial, organizational, historical, political, and psychological issues they must be...
Av Eide Jan Ragnvald Høgskolen i Molde og Norges Fotballforbund går sammen om fotballmasterutdanning. Avtalen ble signert under en pressekonferanse på Aker Stadion mandag ettermiddag. – Vi er svært godt fornøyd med å få Norges Fotballforbund med oss i utviklingen av våre studietilbud innen Sport Management. Det er av stor betydning for oss at fagmiljøet vårt og studentene blir enda nærmere...