For the exchange student interested in the development and management og sport events and organisations.
Students must be interested in sport, especially marketing, economy, events, strategy and planning, law stuff, new trends en general, sponsorships, social media, leading volunteers. The programme is also intended for people with relevant experience and a background in the industry. We focus on the back office part. Very practical focus: Guests + company visits.
Two main themes:
1) Theme 3: Sustainable operation (economy, planning, strategy, marketing, sport governance),
2) Theme 4: Strategic value creation (innovation, strategy, project planning, politics)
Two weeks (February) joint project with physiotherapy students working with three real cases (companies/sport organizations).
Electives in June (ex. Outdoor Sport & leisure, Destination Development, study trip…).
Two exams: One interdisciplinary (25 ECTS) and one for the electives subject (5 ECTS).
(Preparing for next semesters internship, three months in a sport organization).
The objective of the programme is to prepare graduates to work in the sports, events and leisure sectors, and to equip them with knowledge of relevant business practices, theories and methodology.
As a Bachelor of Sport Management, you will have a thorough understanding of the commercial mechanisms in the sport, event and leisure industry. The programme covers the following subjects: academic methods and research in sport, sport marketing, sport management, sport law and sport economics.
The graduate will possess knowledge of:
and the student is able to reflect upon the way these are applied within the profession
The graduate will be able to:
The graduate will be able to:
Three teachers (same team since 2015) working closely together, but with very different background and each one teaching their own subjects/topics. Making exam-cases together. Some classes (projects) with two-three teachers at the same time.
There’s a lot of dialogue in class, teachers presentations (intro), group work/workshops, students presentations (individual/in groups), oral and written assignments, independent studies (homework).
International students will be mixed with Danish students.
Show up for the approximately three mandatory learning activities (guest lectures or company visits).
Respecting the deadlines for submission of final problem statements, approvals, handing in reports, attendance and passing of exams.
Only one big exam at the end of the semester: Will collect 10+10+5+5 ECTS = 30 ECTS.
Not applicable for EU/EEA-students and exchange students from partner institutions, all other students must pay. In this case, please send an e-mail to email@example.com to learn more.
Interdisciplinary exam, 2nd semester
Max. 700 working hours in total (classes, survey/interviews, litterature studies, group work, individual preparation, company visits, other.)
According to curriculum:
The students must developmental approach and knowledge about the sport-, event- and leisureindustry, understand theory and apply it in practice, use methods and reflect about critical issues in the sport industry, develop individual competences in working independent as well as in a team regarding a project.
Max. 140 hours in total (classes, survey/interviews, litterature studies, group work, individual preparation, company visits, other).
Depends on the specifically offered subjects for this semester (see catalogue for electives subjects).
Develop knowledge, skills and competences in relation to the specific subject/topic, apply the relevant theory and methods in practice and reflect upon own and teams strategic, tactical and operational decisions as well as allocation of invested resources in realisation to succeeding in a project.
Expect in both exams to do a project (write a report or a like) in a group, but doing an individual oral exam based on the exam report.