Nowadays, sports in the EU generates several hundred million of Euro, which is approximately 4% GDP of the European Union, and provides jobs for 15 million people, or 5.4% of workforce.In Croatia, there are great requirements for highly educated professionals in the area of sports management due to the fact that managers in sports organizations, i.e. those who work in sports industry are usually not formally educated for managing specific business processes in the area of sports.
Without educated sports managers, sports organizations cannot be recognized in the sports market, and thus suffer enormous losses. Furthermore, non-profit sport organizations, such as sports associations, federations, local and state departments for sports, have realized that they can no longer function without modern and efficient management.
After finishing specialist graduate study of sports management graduates acquire competences required to manage the systems of higher level of complexity on “top management” jobs, as well as possibility to continue higher education on postgraduate studies in accordance with the Bologna Declaration.
The competences acquired by Sports Management at Aspira University College , especially considering the continuity of undergraduate and graduate study of sports management can be divided into general and specific.
General competences are based on comprehensive education which includes basic theoretical, methodological, and applicative knowledge in the area of economics, management, kinesiology, law, information and communication sciences, psychology and sociology.
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- Business Intelligence
- Controlling in sports organizations
- Graduate thesis
- EU Market, Institutions and Projects
- Market Research in Sports Management
- Selected kinesiology topics
- Crisis Management
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- 24 months
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DisciplinesManagement, Organisation & Leadership Sports Management View 5 other Masters in Management, Organisation & Leadership in Croatia
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- nationality certificate
- birth certificate
- transcript of grades
- letter of motivation for enrolment
- biography and two small photos for the index
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.