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2019 SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings submissions open for one more week

The deadline for entries to the 2019 SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings is in one week.

With most schools now having submitted their responses, seven days remain for the world’s leading providers of sports business postgraduate education programmes to enter into the rankings.

The deadline for this year’s surveys is on Friday March 29, at 12pm UTC.

The winners are set to be announced at the 2019 NASSM Conference in June, with the full rankings and analysis published in the July issue of the SportBusiness Review.

In 2019, we are also accepting entries from online courses for the first time. Conveners of long-distance online learning courses can submit through the links below.

As usual, the data will be collected via two online surveys; the first survey is to be completed by the course leader:

The second survey is to be completed by your alumni who graduated in 2016:

Revisit last year’s Postgraduate Course Rankings here, including a feature on the rise of online learning.

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