Mode 

B-Learning

Language 

English

Duration 
1 Academic Year
Seats 
25
Credits 
60
Fee 

8.900 €

Campus 
School 
LFP-UCAM Sports Management Institute
Student Profile 

The content and development of this MBA Sports Management has been adjusted to the professional demands that students need in their professional practice. It is aimed at the management and direction of sports organizations, institutions and facilities - both public and private - as well as the design, leadership and development of sports events of any nature or size.

At this time of progressive academic adaptation across the European Higher Education Area, it is essential to enlarge UCAM’s postgraduate studies portfolio with a qualitatively high master’s program specifically aimed at obtaining the skills required to compete in a global world. To achieve this, teaching staff has carefully been selected, comprising highly qualified university academics as well as professionals from our country's top sports institutions.   

This Masters Degree is intended to train future sports managers for the normal function of directing sports organizations, with special emphasis on their management and planning. To this end, the Masters formulates the acquisition of advanced training of a specialized nature, geared towards a professional qualification.

Greetings 
D. Antonio Sánchez Pato

D.Antonio Sánchez Pato

Head of the MBA Sports Management
Dean of the Faculty of Physical Activity and Sports Science

The need to train professionals in all areas of sports has arisen as a consequence of the great progress that has been made in the sports sector over the last decade. Hence, sports management is one of the areas of expertise that has increasingly gained importance due to international efforts to effectively and efficiently manage each of the organizational aspects of sports.

The content and development of this MBA in Sports Management is continuously being adjusted to the professional demands required in professional practice. The program is aimed at the management and direction of sports organizations, public and private institutions and facilities, as well as the design, leadership and development of sports events of any nature or size.