A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
The academic study of sport typically focuses on the physicality or strategy and business of sports, thus preparing students to manage sports organizations, coach teams or either teach or guide physical training in schools or for athletes.
Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a federal parliamentary republic in western-central Europe. The country consists of 16 states, and its capital and largest city is Berlin.
Master's Program in Sport in Germany
Professional excellence combined with a deep understanding of the characteristics and requirements of the sports sector in commercial questions. These methodological knowledge and leadership skills. [+]
By choosing the Master Sport Management at the SRH University Heidelberg you are right! You can expect a unique in Germany, innovative study model for efficient and goal-oriented study:Just 20 months until the Master degree - of which only 12 months Presence studies No semester or trimester - Focused Learning in five week blocks Optional internship or study abroad after full-time study Case study or project-based application of all course content after previous theoretical foundation Option to deepen individual interest areas by Priority choice in campus program One-week excursion abroad in a world metropolis of sport (eg. B. New York City), also several multi-day excursions to top players of the sports business in the German-speaking countries (eg. B. FIFA, IOC, Puma etc.) Renowned faculty team with several years of experience in professional sports through activities for professional sports clubs, sports federations, sports agencies and sports near business enterprises Individual support by small study groups (max. 25 students), mentoring program and open-door policy of professors Early contact with potential employers through access to excellent network of professors and a large number of existing practical cooperation. [-]