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Bachelor of Sport and Event Management

Description:

Students attending this programme will be introduced to the worlds of Sport and Event Management from Day One. They will have Study Visits to organisation such as UEFA, International Olympic Committee, Musée de la Confrérie des Vignerons, Palexpo, United Nations, Musée International de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge. 

 

They will be encouraged to begin their research portfolio in their preferred sector from Day One.

 

They will learn with a faculty of expert practitioners.

 

Objectives:

Learning through doing.

Opportunities:

This programme is designed to provide students with the essential skills to apply practical experience both during their internships and on into their professional careers.

 

Internship:

Internships are a transformative process. They give students a real opportunity to grow and develop. They are a key to this programme.

 

Learning outcomes:

Students will be able to : 

  1. Create, plan and coordinate events in sport, music, arts, exhibitions.

  2. Develop a strategic communications programme.

  3. Apply the principles of business ethics and corporate social responsibility

  4. Know how to build professional relationships through teamwork and leadership

Activity fees:

In addition to the tuition fees, a budget of 1500 to 2000 CHF must be foreseen for the activities that are proposed in addition to the courses (access to certain events or infrastructures - cultural visits - sports excursions).

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SWISS UMEF was founded in 1984, in accordance with Swiss Law, as a higher private education institution in Geneva and is institutionally accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Council, in accordance with the Higher Education Act (HEdA).

 

SWISS UMEF is also certified by EDUQUA (the Swiss quality label) and has programme accreditation by IACBE.

 

SWISS UMEF is proud to have been the first private federally accredited institution as a University of Applied Sciences Institute in Geneva.