Bachelor of Sports Management International College of Management Sydney

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
Sydney
2.6 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The largest events on the planet are all sports related - FIFA World Cup, the Olympics and Tour De France to name a few. Professional sports management is an integral part of a multi-billion dollar global industry. It spans everything from the management of elite athletes and major teams to the administration of mass market, mass participation sports and the myriad of industries and government bodies that support them.

The business of sports management requires people with skills across many areas, including management, marketing, law, finance, commercial development, sponsorship, event management, player and performance management, coaching, psychology, human performance and health.

The ICMS Bachelor of Sports Management is a well-rounded and multi-disciplinary qualification that prepares you for sports management leadership. Whether you are interested in managing an individual athlete, sporting team or organisation, your Bachelor of Sports Management will train you to be a leading sports management professional.
Careers

Player or Team Manager, Sports Marketing Manager, Facilities Management, Fitness Manager, Merchandising Manager, Sports Promotion and Sponsorship Manager, Events...

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Additional Information

When you graduate from ICMS you’ll have more than just a degree. Built into your qualification is 600 hours of industry experience. Our industry tr...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Sports Management International College of Management Sydney based on 1 review
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Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2013

Positives: Positive aspects included collaboration with other students, access to industry professionals, flexibility in timetables, case studies of real and current organisations and business situations, utilising technology when learning and taking notes during lectures, I also enjoyed open book exams as I feel exams are of...

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