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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-track ISMB 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-track ISMB 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 7 July 2017