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Welcome to SCHOOL/DEPT NAME. Welcome to The School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences. Welcome and Introduction . Welcome to the School Visit Day for Sport Management About the Visit Day Your chance to ask questions See the School and campus facilities

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  1. Welcome to SCHOOL/DEPT NAME Welcome to The School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences

  2. Welcome and Introduction Welcome to the School Visit Day for Sport Management • About the Visit Day • Your chance to ask questions • See the School and campus facilities • Talk to staff and current students

  3. What is it to be in Sport Management? Own Business

  4. What is it to be in Sport Management? Marketing and Sponsorship

  5. What is it to be in Sport Management? Policy and Governance

  6. What is it to be in Sport Management? Management and strategy

  7. What is it to be in Sport Management? Economics and finance

  8. Voted the UK’s Best Student Experience we aim to provide you with…

  9. The Best Experience for Employability highly regarded by employers 90% of graduates are in employment or further study 6 months after graduation giving you a competitive edge courses offer a career-enhancing year long work placement access to specialist advisors, vacancy information/employer drop-in sessions

  10. The Best Experience for Academic Life high quality teaching and research top three for teaching quality and top five in National Student Survey internationally recognised research highly rated schools / departments 75% schools/departments Top 10 in the Times / Sunday Times league tables

  11. The Best Experience for Support dedicated academic support personal academic tutor support for all students comprehensive personal support with financial, health and welfare guidance and support support for students with disabilities, additional needs and mental health issues

  12. The Best Experience for Activities • a unique students’ union and experience • with over 100 clubs/societies and an exciting social scene • UK’s largest student fundraising organisation • lively entertainment programme • facilities, support, volunteering opportunities

  13. The Best Experience for Location campus living in central UK location UK’s largest single-site green campus 90 minutes to London and convenient links to rest of UK and world-wide town, city and country life on your doorstep regular shuttle bus across campus and into town close to Nottingham, Leicester and Peak District National Park

  14. The Best Experience for Facilities excellent academic services state-of-the-art teaching, research, IT, library and study facilities vibrant , modern living facilities all students offered a room in University hall in their first year (for firm choices) wireless networking in all academic buildings, cafés and Students’ Union

  15. The Best Experience for Sport the best sports university in the UK unrivalled sports facilities and coaches hosted Team GB prior to 2012 Olympics sport for all is actively encouraged full range of recreational activities (both free and payable)

  16. School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences A TOP SCHOOL - Highly rated in The Times, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and the Complete Independent 2013 league tables. LEADING RESEARCH - Rated first for sport-related studies, our research has influenced policy and practice around the world. Well equipped facilities Friendly and approachable staff Excellent job prospects

  17. Part of Comprehensive Provision Sport and Exercise Science Applies scientific principles, theories and ideas to the study of human performance and physical activity Sports Management Understanding the nature of sports activity in people's lives, and the planning and management of resources to meet sporting needs Sports Science with Management Combining elements of our degrees in Sport and Exercise Science and Sport Management Joint Honours An opportunity to combine the study of Sport and Exercise Science with a subject from another School (e.g. English, Maths, Geography and Physics)

  18. Lectures, Tutorials and Practicals Each student takes 120 credits each year • Taught modules 10 or 20 credits • Project modules 40 credits A 10 credit module is 100 hours of student effort • 24 contact hours • 76 hours individual study The 24 hours of contact are typically • Lectures (1 – 2 hours) • Tutorials (1 hour) • Laboratory practical sessions (2-3 hours) • Group work, seminars, individual sessions

  19. Programme Structure Part A • Broad introduction • 20 credits optional Part B • Business functions • 20 credits optional Part C • Compulsory • Strategic management of sport • Dissertation

  20. Common Questions

  21. Underlying business functions such as marketing, finance and strategy sports policy, governance, marketing and economics public, private and voluntary spheres of sport Areas of study – Sport Management applied to ……… in the ………

  22. Course Structure Year 1

  23. Course Structure Year 2

  24. Exchange Studies • Chance to study abroad for the second semester of the second year • Modules you take on exchange count towards your Degree University of Toronto University of Michigan UTS, Sydney Purdue University, Indiana UWA, Perth

  25. Placements Organised through our School or the Business School Between Years 2 and 3

  26. Course Structure Year 3/4


  28. Example – Sports Sponsorship and Marketing Why do StadeFrancais wear pink? • Marketing Explanation • Rebranding • Cosmopolitan Paris • New Market • Access to merchandise

  29. Example – Sports Policy and Governance How can we ensure good governance in sport • Policy response • Organisational change and best practice • Cultural change • Monitoring

  30. Example – Sport Management and Strategy How can we ensure that there are enough volunteers for sport • Satisfaction • Good experience • Personal and social benefits • Recruitment • Medal makers? • School-club links? • Resourcing • Time • Training

  31. Example – Sports Economics and Finances

  32. Career Destinations: Some indication of the variety

  33. Taught by experts

  34. Overall Emphasis!

  35. What’s next for you……….

  36. Thanks for listening

  37. For your information • For more information please contact: • ug-ssehs@lboro.ac.uk • http://www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ssehs

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