Spring semester, JAMK main campus, online platform.
Course is a hybrid on-campus and online study entity. It combines face-to-face and distance learning methods where students participate in lectures (online or physical), workshops and other study activities. On-campus studies are organized as intensive 3 day period.
Lectures, online webinars, assignments, individual studies.
Higham, J. & Hinch, T. (2018). Sport tourism development. (3rd ed.). Briston: Channel View.
Knott, B. & Swart, K. (2018). Global tourism and the lure of mega-events. In: Dodds, M., Heisey, K. & Ahonen, A. (eds.). Routledge Handbook of International Sport Business. New York, N.Y.: Routledge: 293-303.
Knott, B., Fyall, A. & Jones, I. (2015). The nation branding opportunities provided by a sport mega-event: South Africa and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Journal of Destination Marketing and Management, 4: 46-56.
Weed, M.E. & Bull, C.J. (2009). Sports Tourism: Participants, policy and providers. (2nd ed.). Oxford: Elsevier.
Visiting professor from abroad.
01.05.2021 - 30.06.2021
On-campus days 25 hours
Individual study 50 hours
Assignments 40 hours
Virtual studies 20 hours
3 days intensive contact study period in May.
Online studies and distance learning (individual studies) period May-June.
Prior learning can be recognized through similar master level studies or work experience which will be assessed for each course by the course instructor.
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Instructor in charge: Professor Brendon Knott, South Africa.
Master's Degree Programme in Sport Business Management
Face-to-face, Online learning