Sports, Culture & Event Management PT
Profile of the Program
The University of Applied Sciences Kufstein also offers the bachelor's degree program "Sports, Culture & Event Management" in a part-time format: classes are held on Friday afternoons and Saturdays as well as in several block sessions.
What's more, in contrast to the full-time program with its integrated study-abroad semester and internship, the part-time program takes place almost entirely on site at the university in Kufstein. All in all, the scheduling and organization make it particularly convenient for working professionals to earn a higher qualification and specialization in the field of sport, culture and events.
Study through the Kufstein Approach
In this degree program, students acquire knowledge in business administration, expertise in the sports and cultural sciences as well as special skills in management. With respect to the Kufstein Approach, the elements of the curriculum are not strung together in an additive sense, but rather are connected in a highly integrative way. In terms of this interdisciplinary perspective, the different conditions and structural requirements pertaining to the management of sports and cultural enterprises are identified and discussed.
Applied learning and internationality
An interesting feature of the program is that students are challenged to put theory into practice by means of integrative case studies and projects carried out in cooperation with partners in the fields of science, sports and culture. Students also develop a strong international orientation by attending a number of major courses held in English and by studying a second foreign language. Thus the degree program aims to meet the specific professional demands made by the sports, culture and event industries.
Planning and executing unique events in the sports or cultural sector; thinking in new dimensions. This is how I see myself making a contribution.
- 30% Sports, culture & event management
- 24% Management & business administration
- 18% Business projects / applied learning
- 16% Sports & culture
- 12% Social & methodological competencies