The MA in Sport Management aims to provide the opportunity for graduates and practitioners in sport and sport management related professions to engage in critical and intellectually rigorous investigation of the process of sport management from strategic planning through to practical implementation, in order to contribute to personal and career development.
The course is unique in that it emphasises the applied nature of learning in sport management and allows students to draw upon their own vocational experiences and encourages them to apply the findings of the academic discipline in the workplace. The course has been designed alongside the requirements of employers and professional bodies in the area of sport management.
Benefits of Sport Management
- The course is aimed at both graduates aspiring to work in the sports industry and at current sports professionals seeking to acquire the skills to achieve management positions. - Students may study full time (1 year) or part time (2 years). - Both routes enable you to work alongside your studies. - The course focuses heavily on the applied nature of sport management with students supported and encouraged to take on professional work placements in industry.
On completion of the MA students can apply to progress to an M.Phil, MbR or PhD.
Postgraduate study in sports management will equip a wide range of potential sports practitioners with the necessary skills to lead and manage within the sports industry. This include: Private sector sports companies Sports governing bodies Further Study Education Enterprise – setting up own business.
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What did you enjoy most about being a student at Leeds Trinity?
I appreciated most the small size of Leeds Trinity. It felt like a small, close community: very interpersonal and friendly. The tutors were approachable and I always felt that my views and opinions were valued.
Any final thoughts on being a student at Leeds Trinity?
Being a student at Leeds Trinity was an amazing experience and one that I will value for the rest of my life. I met some fantastic people and learnt some life lessons that provided me with the skills to achieve.
One of the greatest lessons I learnt was that you really do get out of life what you put into it. That hard work does pay off. Learn to be happy with yourself and know what you want in life but also what you need.
Do you think you got more than a degree from your time studying with us? If so, what else did you take away from your experience?
Personally, I feel that University was a life changing experience for me, I think it completely reformed my outlook on life and made me realise that anything is possible when I put my mind to it - no goal I set is unrealistic.
Can you tell us a little bit more about your current role and what a typical day entails?
I am now working as a Case Manager for the Centre of Neurosciences for Leeds Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust. I manage a team that investigate when incidents occur within the Neurosciences Department. In my job, every day is different, which is one of the reasons I enjoy it so much.
On a daily basis, I am required to travel across sites to different hospitals in Leeds. One of the main responsibilities I have is to liaise between consultants and patients to gather feedback, which essentially gives the basis of my investigations into what went wrong and why. I believe that the confidence which I developed at University has helped immensely when communicating to a diverse group of people on a daily basis.
A good (2:2 or above) BA or BSc degree in a relevant area. People with degrees in non-related subjects will also be considered, if they can demonstrate relevant paid or voluntary work experience and a commitment to study. Additionally candidates without a BA/BSc may be considered where they can demonstrate evidence of equivalent prior learning and experience through Leeds Trinity assessment of APL.
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