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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.
Professor/førsteamanuensis i Sport Management (inntil to stillinger) til Høgskolen i Molde. Søknadsfrist: 15. mai 2017
Ved Høgskolen i Molde legges det godt til rette for forskning og for tiden er 45 prosent av arbeidstiden øremerket forskning, utvikling, innovasjon, samfunnskontakt og formidling. Fagmiljøet i Sport Management er organisert i en egen forskningsgruppe. Forskningsgruppen består både av egne ansatte og forskere fra andre institusjoner.
Two Assistant/Associate Professors in Sport Management and Sport/Event Management respectively, to Molde University College, Norway
Applications are invited for the following two openings in Sport and Event Management at Molde University College, Specialized University in Logistics in Norway. Assistant/Associate Professor in Sport Management (with responsibilities towards our Bachelor Programme in Sport Management taught in a combination of Norwegian and English courses) (50 per cent employment). Assistant/Associate Professor in Sport/Event Management (with responsibilities towards our Master’s Programmes in Sport...
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...