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Internship Office Sport Studies

track International Sports, Management and Business

If you hire an intern from Sport Studies, track International Sports, Management and Business (ISMB), you are getting a young employee who is internationally-orientated and knows all about the latest developments in this field. The intern gains practical knowlegde and can put his or her knowlegde and skills into practise. A win-win situation for both.

Sport Studies students have the opportunity to go on three international internships at sport organisations throughout their study career. Each year the internships become more strategic, culminating in a graduation project where students identify, research and provide solutions to a specific issue.

Year 2: Operational 10-week international internship

This internship focuses on a project management assignment within the sports industry.

Year 3 or 4: Strategic 18-week international internship

During this internship, the student assists an organisation within the sports industry by carrying out a strategic analysis and making recommendations.

Year 4: Strategic 20-week international internship (graduation project)

The final internship is a students’ graduation project. He or she will lead a strategic research assignment within a sports-related organisation to examine a problem and uncover the solution.

Sport Studies students complete internships in every corner of the globe.

Previous internship locations have included:

  • Japan
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • Lebanon
  • Finland
  • Myanmar
  • Thailand
  • United States
  • Belgium
  • Germany
  • France
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • Russia
  • United Arab Emirates
  • South Africa

  • Beginning of February until mid-April for second-year students only
  • End of August until end of January for third/fourth-year students
  • End of January until end of June for 4th year students only (graduation project)

Download overview internships Faculty of Sports and Nutrition

Published by  Faculty Sports and Nutrition 16 March 2017