SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2019 | NYU’s MS in Global Sport prepares graduates for the next generation of sport
SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2019 | An academic track record: The growth of postgraduate sport business courses in the UK
SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2019 | Part of the club: Why Real Madrid and Valencia are investing in sport business education
SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2019 | Sport business education is expanding to meeting the needs of a rapidly growing industry
SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2018 | European universities continue to innovate and inspire
SportBusiness International spoke to leaders representing Europe's top three courses about how they are staying ahead of their rivals from across the continent.
SportBusiness International asked the providers of the top three ranking postgradute courses in North America to talk about the secrets of their success.
SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2018 | Learning online – a modern approach to higher education
High-speed internet connections and an increasingly tech-savvy student base are helping revolutionise the higher education sector, with more people now choosing courses with the flexibility to study from anywhere. Adam Nelson speaks with some of the course leaders who are pioneering a new style of distance learning.
SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2018 | Guaranteed satisfaction – San Diego State University
San Diego State University’s Sports MBA has come out on top of the student satisfaction ranking, with a winning showing in both the graduate choice and course usefulness criteria. Scott Minto, director of the programme, tells Adam Nelson why the course is so popular with its students.
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Despite only taking its first cohort of postgraduate students in 2012, the University of South Florida’s MBA/MS in sport and entertainment has risen to fourth place in our rankings this year. William Sutton, the founding director of the programme, offers Adam Nelson an insight into the factors behind the rapid rise.