|Length of program||1 year|
|Coordination||Dra. Raquel Mirabet|
|Application||From November 12, 2018 to July 12, 2019|
This Master’s was designed in response to the current needs in the management of organisations and projects related to sports and leisure. These two phenomena, which define advanced societies, are subjected to the current scene of ongoing globalisation and transformation, so it is imperative to seek new organisational and managerial strategies that foster their potential for socialisation, development and wealth creation.
With an aim to professionalise students and encourage entrepreneurship, this Master’s seeks to train professionals in management of the sports and leisure sectors from a responsible, socially committed perspective.
To gain admission to the University Master's in Sports Management, candidates must fulfil the admission requirements stipulated in Royal Decree 1393/2007, and its modifications in Royal Decree 861/2010, which regulates the admission requirements for official university post-graduate programmes. Students must hold an official Spanish university degree or another degree issued by a higher education institution within or outside the European Higher Education Area, without the need to get the degrees approved with a prior check performed by the university that accredits a level of education similar to the level of the corresponding official Spanish university degrees. Admission through this route does not imply approval or recognition of the previous degree. Admission to the University Master's in Sports Management requires students to hold one of the following university degrees:
*Students will have to take, according to the Report approved by the Agency for the Quality of the Catalan University System (AQU), 12 ECTS as a complement of their education. Subjects included are: Sports Organisations and Their Management (6 ECTS), and Planning and Exploitation of Sports Facilities (6 ECTS).
The selection and admission criteria to the Blanquerna-URL Faculty of Psychology, Education and Sport Sciences are based on:
The criteria used to evaluate professional experience, if applicable, are:
The Master's and Doctorate Academic Management Team is the body charged with evaluating the admission criteria, assessing the candidates’ professional experience and determining the list of admissions. The Faculty sets aside 3% of the places available in the Master’s for students with special needs.
Students from diploma courses are informed that if they wish to gain admission into doctoral studies, the 60 ECTS from the University Master’s in Sports Management are not enough; instead, they will have to earn 60 more ECTS in order to have the total of 300 ECTS required for admission.