BSc (Hons) Sport Management transcript
Do your passions lie in traditional sports, football, or perhaps the more diverse adventure and outdoor pursuits?
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Solent University's sports management degree could be the perfect fit for you. Offering the chance to explore the dynamic and growing sports industry, whilst maximizing your graduate career potential.
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Solent has an excellent reputation in delivering sport, football, and outdoor adventure courses and this course continues to build on that; focusing on business, social enterprise, and management across the sport and wider leisure industry. The course is delivered by our inspirational academics who have a wealth of industry knowledge, but what makes us different is the diverse and creative pathways you can follow allowing for a more unique learning experience.
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Solent offers a range of exceptional indoor and outdoor sports facilities, as well as access to a range of specialist centres to support on and off-campus learning and to allow engagement in practical activity through our extensive range of clubs and societies.
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State-of-the-art learning resources and technology allow flexibility and on campus we offer a friendly and relaxed environment to support your student experience. With employability at its core, established industry links offer you insight into current issues helping you develop real-world experience and practical and professional skills through site visits. Guest speakers and a variety of placements, live projects, and work experience opportunities are also embedded through the programme.
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Our course can lead to a wealth of management and highly skilled careers across diverse fields including leisure, entertainment, sport and hospitality, event organization, stadium and arenas, sponsorship and marketing, outdoor learning and education, football clubs and agencies, retail and equipment, adventure recreation, sports and adventure tourism, youth community and sports development, sports administration.
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The skills you'll build upon from the course also provide entrepreneurial opportunities to set up your business enterprise as well as offering access to postgraduate studies including teacher training, masters and PhD.
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At Solent our mission is clear to ensure students are work ready, world ready, and future ready, and our unique sports management course offers just that.
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