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Masters in Sport

Study Sport Masters Programmes

If you have a passion for sport and wish to take it further with studies in higher education, you can study for a degree in sport. You will be able to focus your studies on the area of sport that takes your interest, be it coaching, physiology, exercise science, nutrition, psychology or more.

Graduates of masters degrees in sport can go on to careers as a sports coach, personal trainers, physiotherapist, conditioning coach, PE teachers and health advisors.

Your masters degree will be delivered through lectures and seminars, with a possibility of group projects. You are likely to focus on a specific field of sport in your studies. Modules you study might include:

  • Physiology
  • Nutrition
  • Sports management
  • Research methods
  • Governing sport

Masters in Sport in 2024

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Sports Management MBA

EU Business School, Geneva Switzerland

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MBA in Sports Management MBA

EU Business School, Munich Germany

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Sports Management MSc

Columbia University, School of Professional Studies United States

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