Course is on JAMK main campus; three intesive days in November. In addition, it uses distance learning methods where students participate in lectures (online), workshops and other study activities.
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.
Brendon Knott, Aila Ahonen, Osmo Laitila, Brian Jordan
No retake possibility.
Visiting professor from abroad.
01.11.2022 - 31.12.2022
On-campus days 25 hours
Individual study 50 hours
Assignments 40 hours
Virtual studies 20 hours
01.08.2022 - 04.09.2022
Online studies and distance learning (individual studies) period November-December.
Prior learning can be recognized through similar master level studies or work experience which will be assessed for each course by the course instructor.
0 - 45
Exchange students: 5
Master's Degree Programme in Sport Business Management
Face-to-face, Online learning
School of Business