The Advanced Sport Management Course (ASMC) will enable Sports Administrators, Executive-Level volunteers and paid staff of Olympic Sport Organizations to expand and enhance their managerial skills while actively contributing to a unique learning community. The ASMC will be conducted in 4 sessions.
The main objective of the unique degree programme M.A. Olympic Studies is to provide the students with an interdisciplinary knowledge about the OlympicMovement. International teaching teams from the different cooperating universities teach seminars in sport history, sport pedagogy, ethics, international relations,media/commercialization and sport governance, all closely linked to Olympic Studies.
The advanced studies programme implements a high-level, interdisciplinary curriculum in Olympic Studies aimed at fostering the links between the academic and the Olympic world. The programme awards a Master of Arts in Olympic Studies and is designed to facilitate recruitment of a wide range of participants from diverse academic and professional backgrounds.
This is a 2-year distance learning program in Sports Nutrition. Students who successfully complete the program are eligible to graduate with the International Olympic Committees Diploma in Sports Nutrition.
The Diploma course is offered by Distance Learning on a part-time basis, and takes two years to complete.
In addition to the coursework contained inmodules, students will have the opportunity to participate in a residential course consisting of an internationalmeeting, seminars and tutorials. Upon successful completion of all elements of the program, students are eligible to graduate with an IOC Diploma in Sports Nutrition.
Lectures will consist of computer-based presentations with audio and video, and will incorporate selfassessment and interactive elements where appropriate.
Students enrolling for this course will normally be in possession of a university degree at the prescribed standard in:
Meet the degree requirements and age limits:
The applications must be accompanied by: