MAS - Sports Administration and Technology

Objectives
The AISTS Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Sport Administration and Technology aims to develop the next generation of sports leaders who go on to work for International Sports Federations, the International Olympic Committee, Games Organising Committees as well as sports companies and agencies. Focused on offering a 360 degree, multidisciplinary approach, course modules cover the sciences of Management, Technology, Law, Medicine and Sociology which are taught by over 140 industry speakers and academic lecturers.
Audience
For aspiring sports managers wishing to broaden their knowledge in sports administration and to achieve a stronger skill set for an existing or desired career in the sports industry
Candidates must have an undergraduate degree (minimum) with at least one year of professional experience, including internships and volunteer experience, and be fluent in English (6.5 IELTS
minimum score) Participants come from all over the world and from various academic and professional backgrounds, but they all share one goal: to play a key role in the future of the sports industry
Programme
The AISTS MAS in Sport Administration programme was established in 2003, and provides the foundation knowledge for a career as a sports administrator. The programme covers Sports Management & Economics, Technology, Law, Sociology and Medicine
Based at the EPFL campus, the 15-month programme includes lectures led by academics and industry experts, workshops, case studies, activities, field trips
Practical and hands-on opportunities include a team project for a real client • 8 weeks’ work experience in the sports industry • An academic research paper • Workshops for career development in sport management
Director
Dr.Claude STRICKER, Académie internationale des sciences et techniques du sport (AISTS)
Co-ordinator
Jessica RIZZELLO, AISTS
Partnership
International Olympic Committee (IOC) • IMD Business School • Ecole Hôtelière Lausanne (EHL) • City of Lausanne • Canton of Vaud • International Sport Federations
Diploma
Jointly awarded by the University of Geneva,  the Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the University of Lausanne
4th edition

Duration
September 2018 to December 2019
15 months full-time • 90 ECTS credits

Application deadline
1st November 2017
1st February 2018
1st May 2018

Registration fee
CHF 29'000.-
Chèque formation 15 / 3860

Information
Jessica RIZZELLO
jessica.rizzello(at)aists.org
info(at)aists.org
+41 (0)21 353 03 90

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