3 years
Study mode
Tuition fee (entire course)
Local students
USD 137,273
EUR 124,500
Foreign students
USD 137,273
EUR 124,500
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

This interdisciplinary bachelor programme covers economic and science management and sports science to give students sports management skills. Economic and science management studies qualify students to analyse economic processes in companies, and to apply fundamental technologies for planning, organising and implementing management measures. Acquiring behavioural scientific, sports medical and scientific training knowledge will impart basic sports science skills. Through scientific and vocational studies in sports management (sports marketing, sports market research, projects, management of clubs and events) economic and science management and behaviour-oriented sports science are linked so that graduates are qualified to work in management and administration in for-profit and non-profit organisations in sport. The master programme is oriented to graduates of the bachelor programmes in sports management and sports economics. Graduates of bachelor programmes in economics and science management or sports science can gain access to the Sports Management master programme by acquiring and providing proof of relevant additional qualifications. In-depth course content in economics and science management, oriented to management science, research-oriented sports science studies and exploration of market and organisational fields qualify graduates for academic work in the sports market and in management of for-profit and non-profit sports organisations.

Entry Requirements

In order to study at a German university, a prospective student must provide a Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (university admission qualification). German applicants acquire an Abitur (General Qualification for University Entrance certificate), which allows them to apply for a spot at a university. International applicants must determine if their secondary school graduation is equivalent to the German Abitur prior to applying to a university.

Students who meet the application requirements may otherwise improve their chance of admission depending on which study programme they apply for or by passing the Test for Academic Studies (TestAS).