Awarded and developed by: University of Stirling, UK
In the lead-up to the national sports strategy of Vision 2030, there is growing attention on the sports scene in Singapore. Singapore plays host to high-profile sporting events such as the F1 Singapore Grand Prix and Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, and is poised to become one of the premier sports hubs in Southeast Asia. The Singapore Sports Hub further cements Singapore’s influence in the sporting arena by being the most significant large-scale development to-date.
Aligned with Singapore’s vision to build its sport standing at the world level, the programme is designed to meet the growing demand for qualified professionals and to fulfil your career aspirations in sports management.
- Students can choose to attend one semester (Year 3 first semester) at the University of Stirling home campus in the UK, subject to global conditions and travel restrictions.
- Applicants with a Non-Sports and/or Non-Marketing related diploma are required to complete and pass a three-month SIM Preparatory Course in Sports Studies and Marketing for entry into Year 2 of the bachelor’s programme.