Is a Masters Degree in Sport right for you?
Join EMLYON’s live Twitter Q&A and find out if a Masters in Sports Management is right for you and if it will kick start your sports industry career.
Pascal Aymar, Programme Director of EMLYON’s MSc in Sports Industry Management, believes that what the sports industry needs is leaders who have the skills and knowledge about how the industry ‘really’ works. People who understand the opportunities, the challenges, the innovations and the constraints.
It is this ethos that the Masters programme in Sports Industry Management at EMLYON Business School is built upon. This has helped develop its reputation within the sports industry and continues to provide students with the knowledge, skills and practical experience to kick start their careers within the sports and outdoor industry.
However, the decision of whether to study a Masters degree in Sport Management is not an easy one, nor is deciding what programme or school is right for you. That’s why we have teamed up with EMLYON Business School to bring you a live Twitter Q&A session with Pascal Aymar, their Director of the Sports Management programme. This will be a great opportunity for you to ask your questions and hear from others with similar career decisions that will help you know if a Masters degree is right for you and the opportunities it may provide.
Did you know for example that EMLYON’s Sport Industry Management degree involves study in France and China, gives you access to the Outdoor Sports Valley (which includes over 200 sports industry companies) and involves project work with Nike. Understanding the course and career opportunities whilst hearing from others considering similar opportunities will help you make the informed decision that can really help benefit your career plan.
Join GlobalSportsJobs and EMYLON Business School on the 16th February at 2pm (CET) live on Twitter to ask your questions. Submit questions now using #EMLYONsports and tune into the live feed using this hashtag.
TIP: Submit your questions now which will be answered during the live event!
Date published: 10 February 2016