Germany, Jena

Sport Management Summer School

when 24 May 2017 - 6 June 2017
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 2550

The Jena Sport Management Summer School for Bachelor and Master Students is a unique opportunity to gain an international perspective on sport management and achieve career advancement and personal enrichment within a 2 week summer course. The curriculum is adapted to your needs and includes lectures and case studies as well as trips to important sites and institution for the German sports system. Besides the theoretical knowledge, the contact with German students provides the opportunity to exchange ideas and opens new perspectives on the international sport business.
The lecturers of the summer school are well-known scholars from German universities who
gained high recognition within the European sports business through numerous publications and research projects and have excellent teaching skills.
Applications will be accepted until March 31, 2017. Yor application should consist of your résumé, transcript of records and a motivation letter.

Course leader

Prof. Dr. Frank Daumann, Chair of Sports Economics and Health Economics

Target group

Bachelor and Master students

Course aim

The summer school offers classes in sports economics, health economics and sport management, always maintaining an international point of view. The aim is to give students insight into the distinctive features of marketing and management in sports, brand management, sports- and event marketing. We will provide in-depth insights in the field of spectator demand for sports competitions and economic characteristics of the different league-systems. Our visits to German sports clubs are designed to provide a glance at the German sports systems and to ensure a hands-on experience for a relevant connection of theory to economic practice.

Credits info

3 EC
Participants receive a certificate confirming attendance and 3 ECTS credit points.

Fee info

EUR 2550: Fees are US $ 2700/ GBP 1800/ EUR 2550 and include tuition, transport, accommodation, sporting activities, cultural program as well as coffee breaks.