Sports, Health and Management: www.hanzegroningen.eu/shm
Formerly known as Sports, Health and Management. Starting next academic year, the new name for the bachelor programme Sports, Health and Management will be Sport Studies.
A conglomerate of eight national Universities of Applies Sciences, among which the Hanze UAS, have levelled the playing field of sport education. To provide prospects, current students, stakeholders and the professional field with a more unambiguously and clear message concerning the content of our programme, all sport related studies have changed their name accordingly.
Sport Studies Groningen teaches you to be a wide/broad skilled sport professional in a three year bachelor programme. If you are passionate about sports and interested in the health industry, Sport Studies is your study of choice!
The Institute of Sport Studies offers a three year bachelor's programma, made up of 180 European Credits. The programma prepares you to be an innovative professional in the dynamic field of sport, health and management. You learn to put health on the agenda of individuals, organisations and society at large. You develop influental skills and manage related projects and organisations but you are also capable of offering advice and coaching to others. These broad competences are reflected in the programme. Therefore, you will acquire a wide range of competences in which subjects like policy, entrepeurship and marketing alternate with subjects like behaviour and physical activity.
Just want to follow a semester?
You also have the opportunity to follow specific courses for just one semester as well. For example through a minor and/or as an exchange student. The following semesters are offered:
Health Enhancing Physical Activity (first semester academic year)
- Policy and Entrepreneurship (first semester academic year)
Students who have finished the Sport Studies programme have a large range of possible career options. Since the programme focuses on a wide perspective in terms of subjects concerning sport, health and management, students can expect to find or create jobs within this wide area. Possible jobs will focus on for example training and coaching, policy, management, consultancy, entrepreneurship, life style coaching and healthy aging (both independent and within existing organisations). Many students, finishing their Sport Studies programme, actually create new jobs themselves. Students develop a large range of competences, and function very well in positions that involve many different responsibilities.
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Last updated October 19, 2016