Master's Degree in International Sports Management in Valencia in Spain

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International Sports Management

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Master in International Sports Management

ESBS - European Sport Business School
Campus Part time 9 months October 2019 Spain Valencia

“A master adapted to the reality in the sports industry, taught mostly by professionals who combine their career with an academic life”. This master has been developed willing to offer a practical focus, the knowledge and the habilities for the success in directive and management positions in any of the institutions, clubs, entities, and business around the global sport industry. [+]

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“A master adapted to the reality in the sports industry, taught mostly by professionals who combine their career with an academic life”. This master has been developed willing to offer a practical focus, the knowledge and the abilities for the success in directive and management positions in any of the institutions, clubs, entities, and business around the global sports industry.

5,4% of European employment is linked to the sports industry. Source: European Parlament 22% increase in sports linked jobs in Spain from 2011 to 2015. Source: Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sports (MECD) in the Yearbook of Sports Statistics 2016 3,9% Contribution of soccer to Spain GDP. Source: KPMG socioeconomic impact of professional soccer in Spain 8,7 Millions of visitors from Sports Tourism in Spain. Source: KPMG socioeconomic impact of professional soccer in Spain 2016 ... [-]