MBA in Sports Management


Mihir

Hey guys! I am applying to the UEM's MBA in Sports Management in Madrid. Just wanted to know more about the course. Does anyone here know more about it? job prospects? Scholarships? Any other recommendations apart from Real Madrid MBA? Any advice will be helpful.

Hey guys! I am applying to the UEM's MBA in Sports Management in Madrid. Just wanted to know more about the course. Does anyone here know more about it? job prospects? Scholarships? Any other recommendations apart from Real Madrid MBA? Any advice will be helpful.
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Duncan

I think you'd be much better off attending an international accredited programme at a traditional non-profit university. I can see that there is student supply for these programmes, especially since there are no published admissions requirements (http://realmadrid.universidadeuropea.es/en/degrees/mba--masters-degree-in-sports-management#admission). However, it seems unlikely to me that there's a substantial demand for the graduates.

Take a look at http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-sports-management.html

I think you'd be much better off attending an international accredited programme at a traditional non-profit university. I can see that there is student supply for these programmes, especially since there are no published admissions requirements (http://realmadrid.universidadeuropea.es/en/degrees/mba--masters-degree-in-sports-management#admission). However, it seems unlikely to me that there's a substantial demand for the graduates.

Take a look at http://www.best-masters.com/ranking-master-sports-management.html
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ralph

What do you hope to get out of it?

I agree with Duncan, you'd be better off investing in an accredited MBA program. If you're focused on Madrid, you have a ton of good options: IE Business School, UC3M, ESADE, IESE.

In Europe, I really don't see the value in doing a sports management program. There are few jobs in sports management that will require such a specialized focus. You'd be better doing something like the IE MBA and then getting an internship with the sports organization of your choice

What do you hope to get out of it?

I agree with Duncan, you'd be better off investing in an accredited MBA program. If you're focused on Madrid, you have a ton of good options: IE Business School, UC3M, ESADE, IESE.

In Europe, I really don't see the value in doing a sports management program. There are few jobs in sports management that will require such a specialized focus. You'd be better doing something like the IE MBA and then getting an internship with the sports organization of your choice
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