Master's Program in Sport in Middle East

Top Master's Degrees in Sport in Middle East 2017

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The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Graduates of the Master’s degree in Sport will be able to have a general understanding of a variety of subjects. These range from cardiovascular and respiratory physiology to nutrition and metabolism. The degree is concerned mainly with exercise, health and sport.

The Middle East is as rich in history as it is in languages. Scholars in this region can expose themselves to over 25 languages including Arabic, Kurdish and Turkish in addition to ancient historical monuments. 

Master Program in Sport in Middle East

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Master's Degree In Communication And Sports Information

Universidad Pontificia De Salamanca
Campus Full time October 2017 Spain Salamanca

The official Master in Communications and Sports Information by the Pontifical University of Salamanca is a solid reference training designed to ensure comprehensive and critical training on sports communication [+]

Best Masters Degrees in Sport in Middle East 2017. Program Description The official Master in Communications and Sports Information by the Pontifical University of Salamanca is a solid reference training designed to ensure comprehensive and critical communication training for both sports journalists for future university teachers. The Master has agreements with Real Madrid TV, Club Atletico Madrid, Mediaset, Agencia EFE, Radio Marca and various radio stations to perform tasks of sports journalism. Bag practices throughout the course allow students to have direct contact with some of the professionals and managers of major sports media in the country. With a faculty and renowned professionals in research and practice of sports communication and a methodology based on the merits in the case analysis and the comprehensive development of personal skills. These are the pillars of the value and credibility of this Postgraduate course officially verified (06.06.2013) and approved by the Council of Ministers (20.09.2013). GOALS Train qualified to manage solvency sports communication processes in general and specialized media professionals. Training exercise for critical information in the field of sport from the rigor, ethics and journalistic depth. This specialization provide an interdisciplinary perspective that allows the evaluation of the sporting activity from the legal, economic, social and cultural for proper understanding and appreciation context. Enable for technical performance of tasks related to sports in different media and communication technologies. Provide scientific and methodological basis for research and a doctoral thesis in the areas of Communication, Sociology, Law, Education and Science of Physical Activity and Sport. Professional profiles Editor and sports editor in print, broadcast or electronic (newspapers and magazines, radio, TV, digital media) mainstream media. Specializing in sports information in print, broadcast or electronic media specialized journalist. Editor in communication departments of sports clubs, agencies and / or companies linked to sporting events. Communications director athletes, representatives and agents of sports professionals. CURRICULUM Basic Training: Epistemology of Sport (10.0 ECTS): discover the future sports communicator historical, economic, sociological, legal and medical foundations on which today stands the sport in all its dimensions. Sociology of Sport Organization and management of sporting activity Legal and ethics of sports communication Medicine and Sports Psychology Sports Marketing and Communication Specific training: Sport in the Media (10.0 ECTS): analyzes the range of media, content and media that focus on the treatment of sports information in Spain, genres used and the technical conditions and industrial marking the professional activity of sports communicator. Sport in print media Sport radio Sport on TV Sport in digital environments Communication skills Deportivo (20.0 ECTS): provides technical, instrumental, creative and professional qualifications to practice sports information and communication, both individually and collectively, in the different media and media that offer these contents . Narrative Sports Communication Sports Research Tools Individual management of sports communication techniques Collective management of sports communication techniques Practicum: monitoring media coverage of Sport (8.0 ECTS) facilitates participation in the treatment done on Sport of print, audiovisual and digital communication state, regional and local coverage, as well as clubs Communication Offices sports. Throughout the weekend the 2nd half of the course, students will attend the drafting of the most significant media in this environment in order to know, appreciate and participate in the planning, production, documentation and issue-based content the sport. Master's Thesis (12.0 ECTS): provides the tools to design, organize and develop a scientific research on the variables and constraints of Sports Communication methodological basis. Classroom methodology master classes, seminars, debates and workshops with visits and presence in programs, newsrooms and media communication offices and sports clubs combined. The workload is completed with the preparation by students tracking blogs sports news and audiovisual content for radio, television and multimedia devices. The Faculty of Communication at the Pontifical University of Salamanca has complete facilities for the training and qualification of students in the Master in Communication and Sports Information: classrooms journalistic writing, complete TV studios (set, control digital embodiment, virtual set cabins and editing with Avid and Final Cut) and five studies of systems equipped with the necessary technology for the production and editing professional radio. Duration and price Start date: October 2016 Duration: From October to June Price: 134 € / credit (€ 8,040) places available: 18 Location: Salamanca Contact: mastercid@upsa.es www.mastercid.com [-]

MPhil/PhD in Leisure and Sport specialisms

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 2 - 7  August 2017 United Kingdom Bolton

The School of Health and Social Sciences welcomes expressions of interest in postgraduate research degrees in the field of leisure and sport. Research degree supervision is available in a number of areas within the social sciences and humanities. These include leisure and sport history; leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing; leisure, sport and physical activity policy; and community regeneration. With the construction of a health and wellbeing centre... [+]

Leisure and Sport specialisms - MPhil / PhD The School of Health and Social Sciences welcomes expressions of interest in postgraduate research degrees in the field of leisure and sport. Research degree supervision is available in a number of areas within the social sciences and humanities. These include leisure and sport history; leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing; leisure, sport and physical activity policy; and community regeneration. With the construction of a health and wellbeing centre on the University campus, the school is particularly keen to receive proposals that explore the relationships between leisure, lifestyle and wellbeing. The University’s Centre for Worktown Studies, working in close co-operation with Bolton Museum and Archive Service, provides a portal for the academic use of the Humphrey Spender ‘Worktown’ photographs taken for Mass Observation in the 1930s. In this context, we would be interested in applications that explore the potential of these images in enhancing our understanding of leisure practices and experiences in this period. Subject overview The School of Health and Social Sciences has a strong track record in research and consultancy in the areas of leisure policy and the role of leisure and physical activity in community regeneration. In particular, it has expertise in the engagement of minority ethnic communities in physical activity. In addition, there is a vibrant research culture centred on the social history of leisure and tourism. Available projects Examples of recently completed and current doctoral programmes include a study of the formation of modern football 1830-1885 and an investigation into participation in physical activity amongst British South Asian males. [-]