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Be the difference in the fast-moving world of sports with a Sports Studies and Marketing degree from the University of Stirling.
This course is developed and awarded by the University of Stirling, but taught at the Singapore Institute of Management.
Interested in the management and delivery of sport? Wonder how psychology enhances elite sports performance? If you’re thinking about a career in sport, a Sports Studies and Marketing degree from Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence will help you be the difference.
This course will prepare you to meet the demand for professionals who understand the sports and recreational sector, equipping you with the knowledge of management and marketing you need to conceptualise, plan and promote sports events.
The University of Stirling's strong partnerships with many national governing bodies of sport ensure everything we teach aligns with the professional world, and you’ll graduate with a breadth of knowledge and practical experiences that can be applied to a wide range of sport related careers, from developing national sport to personal coaching.
Apply through the Singapore Institute of Management website.
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All applications are considered on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants with the following Diplomas may be eligible for exemption to Year 1 of the course:
Other qualifications deemed relevant may be considered. Applicants may be required to pass a 3-month preparatory course in Sports Studies and Marketing.
If you’ve taken exams over two sittings, repeated an exam, or been upgraded, the entrance requirements may be higher.
If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills:
Pre-sessional English language courses
If you need to improve your English language skills before you enter this course, our partner INTO University of Stirling offers a range of English language courses. These intensive and flexible courses are designed to improve your English ability for entry to this degree.
This course is spread across two semesters each year and includes a structured curriculum of fifteen modules and a dissertation/research project in Sports Studies and Marketing.
The module details given below are subject to change as the University regularly revises and refreshes the curriculum of our taught programmes. The modules outlined below represent those offered in 2017/18 on this course of study.
Classes are conducted in the day and/or during the evenings.
Each module will comprise of 25 hours of lectures and 15 hours of tutorials.
Assessment is based on combination of coursework and exams. The main end-of-semester exams are normally in December and May.
Lectures may be scheduled from 12:00–6:30pm or 3:30–10pm, with two weeks dedicated to each module. Tutorials for the same module will be taught over three weeks and scheduled between Monday and Friday at three hours per session. Classes are conducted over three time slots: 8:30am, 12:00pm and 3:30pm.
You can choose to study in the UK at the University of Stirling campus during your 3rd semester, where you'll be expected to complete modules equivalent to 60 credits. The experience is designed to enhance your global outlook and mind-set, and prepare you to work better in a global economy.
The programme fee doesn't include air fares and accommodation for the exchange semester at Stirling.
For fees and funding information, please visit the Singapore Institute of Management website.
After graduating you'll be equipped with the skills and knowledge to work in:
Your employability is one of our highest priorities, and we want to make sure you have every possible advantage when you enter the job market. Our module in Professional Development and Practice places a special focus on preparing you for the workplace, and our overall focus on personal and professional development is designed to help you achieve your career ambitions.
Your studies will equip you with skills in the following areas, plus many more: