Hogeschool van Amsterdam

Career opportunities

Sport Studies - track ISMB

Sport Studies - track International Sports, Management and Business (ISMB) is designed to prepare you for a wide range of job opportunities in the international field of sport management.

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Besides gaining academic knowledge, studying at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences will give you practical training during your studies. The additional competences you will acquire through on-the-job learning are often sought by businesses and organisations, boosting your appeal as an international job market candidate.

After graduation, you can pursue a career in the field of sport commerce, sport development, high performance sport or perhaps even start your own business.

Your future business card could say

  • Marketing Coordinator EMEA at Brooks Running
  • Project Manager at TIG Sports
  • Operations Event Manager at Bigairbag
  • Trainee Sales at Heineken Group
  • Supporters Club Executive at Manchester City Football Club
  • Rowing Service Manager at The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympics and Paralympics

With the knowledge and experience you gain during your study, you’ll be able to apply for jobs that cover the full spectrum of sports industry, including sport commerce, sport development and high performance sport.

Examples of types of organisations you might work for:

Sport Commerce Sport Development High Performance Sport

Sport property owner (facility/team)

Sporting goods company

Sport marketing/media consultancy

Sport sponsorship company

Sport NGO/ charity

Sport recreational company

(Inter)national governmental department

Sports programmes to get people moving

International Sport Federation/IOC

Sport team management

Sports events company

Sport academy

To get a clearer idea of the types of positions currently available, visit the websites below and search for graduate positions or positions that require one year of work experience:

Gepubliceerd door  Faculteit Bewegen, Sport en Voeding 18 juli 2019