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Sports Management degrees in 2024

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Sport Management BA (Hons)

University of Derby United Kingdom

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Sports Management BA

EU Business School Digital Switzerland

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Sports Management BA

EU Business School, Geneva Switzerland

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Sports Management BA

EU Business School, Munich Germany

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Sports Management UG:Diploma

International Career Institute United Kingdom

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Sports Management BA

EU Business School, Barcelona Spain

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Sports Business Management (wFY) BA (Hons), Foundation

Hartpury University United Kingdom

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Sport & Event Management BSc

University of Europe for Applied Sciences Germany

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Bachelor Program BBA, BBA (Hons)

International University of Monaco France

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Sports Management and Coaching BA (Hons)

Edge Hill University United Kingdom

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Sports Management Degrees

Sports Management Degrees

A cross-disciplinary subject, sports management will allow you to develop and advanced knowledge of the sports industry, as well as the finance, business and management sectors. A degree in sports management will aid your professional development, helping you to take your next step towards a career within a variety of sports organisations. Honing your sports and management skills in an encouraging environment will allow you to gain a holistic perspective of the sports industry, meaning you can tailor your knowledge to your chosen job role.

An undergraduate degree in sports management will give you a good foundation of knowledge in the subject area. You will study modules on sports, business, finance, and how these come together. Your skills will be developed in project and people management, as well as budgeting and financial matters.

Your degree will be delivered in a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as practical sessions. You might be presented with the chance to take a work placement year or module, which will give you the opportunity to apply your skills in a working environment.

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