|Study location||Switzerland, Geneva|
|Nominal duration||18 months (90 ECTS)|
|Tuition fee||€19,000 per programme|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Undergraduate degree (Bachelor) from a recognized university or equivalent
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
The Master in International Sports Law was designed in partnership with over 30 sports law professionals.
The Master in International Sports Law program is offered in English, brings 90 ECTS credits, and is organized into 33 courses and seminars.
The students will be required to write and defend a thesis.
Earn your master degree in 9 months while continuing to work and building your on-the-job experience. The program follows Blended (combination of Online and on campus lectures) method.
The practical relevance and applicability of the curriculum are the focal points of this graduate program. The master program course contents cover a broad spectrum of relevant sports law topics, such as Sport Law & Human Rights, CAS – History, Structure, CAS Code and the handling of Proceedings – An Institutional Insight, Sport Finance, Intellectual Property, WADA, FIFA – Structure, objectives & operation, Commercial Rights , Mediation, etc.
During your studies, you will gain access to productive practice-based projects and learn how to apply the curriculum directly to real life situations.
All of the lectures follow high standards and are delivered by our international renowned lecturers. Our professors will keep you engaged, motivated and will provide high quality teaching experience in order to leverage your professional development and advance your career.
Our Master in International Sports Law will help you to develop your professional careers in the field of international sports law. Through our international faculty the program will furnish you with the needed professional tools and will advance your knowledge of sports law in all of its aspects, including the worldwide structure and organization of sports, the interaction between sports law and other fields of law, the rules and regulations governing the sport industry, the dispute resolution mechanisms in the international context and many others.
Overall this master program brings the following aspects to your career development:
Conduct professional competency building activities
Acquire sports law knowledge and expertise
Develop real-life problem solving abilities in the sports context
Provide practical orientation to sports law
Get a holistic and strategic understanding of sports law
Implement innovative and creative solutions to sports law
See different factes of sports law in action
Acquire an advanced understanding of sports law
Giving you the opportunity to know colleagues from other countries and establish a strong and extensive network that will escort you for many years ahead in your professional activities
Law firms, audits and Big Four
National or international sports intermediary
Private and public federations and institutions
National or international sports entities
Sports Entertainment Industry
E-Sports and video games
Organization and management of sports events