Faculty of Sports and Nutrition

Bachelor Sport Studies - track International Sports, Management and Business (ISMB)

The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences first began offering Sport Studies - track ISMB in 2011. The study was developed in response to the growth, professionalisation and increasing importance of the sport sector worldwide. For example, many countries are expanding their sport sectors, and in contrast to declining advertising revenues in other sectors, sport sponsorship is still on the rise. In addition, tackling obesity is an important issue for many governments.

Future sport managers need to work successfully within an international context. Combining English-language instruction in management theory with three practical internships, Sport Studies-track ISMB helps students build their CV while earning a degree.

Read more about Sport Studies-track ISMB.

Exchange programmes

Every year, the faculty of Sports and Nutrition welcomes exchange students who stay for one or two semesters under the terms of a bilateral agreement between the faculty of Sports and Nutrition and their home university.

Exchange programmes offered:

  • Minor in Sport Development
  • Minor in Sport Commerce
  • Minor in High Performance Sport
  • Minor in Creating Food Concepts in Europe
  • Minor in Nutrition & Health Promotion - Personal Trainer

Would you like to know more? Visit the exchange programmes page for more information about the minors, requirements and application procedure.

Published by  Faculty Sports and Nutrition 17 September 2020