Moray House School of Education and Sport

Sport Policy, Management and International Development (MSc)

This innovative MSc in Sport Policy, Management and International Development provides a critical understanding of the key concepts necessary for employment and advancement across all sport sectors.

The increasing social, economic and political role of sport is a key feature of life in the 21st century. The MSc in Sport Policy, Management and International Development provides a critical understanding of key concepts necessary for employment and critical engagement across all sport sectors.

Key to the success of our programme has been our commitment to research-led teaching, our excellent levels of student support, a curriculum specifically geared to the needs of home and international students, and our many links to local, national and international sport organisations, including the Homeless World Cup, World Mountain Biking Championships, Urban Rat Race events, Spartans Community Football Academy, Edinburgh Leisure, and the Scottish Rugby Union.

Programme delivery 2021/22

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Programme structure

The MSc Sport Policy, Management and International Development programme can be studied full-time or part-time. You’ll study a number of courses and complete a dissertation.

Our students

Our students come from all over the world with previous experience in all aspects of the sports industry. You'll join an international community at a world-class University with a reputation for top performance in sport and research.

Career opportunities

Advance your career: this degree programme will give you a range of career opportunities.

Fees and funding

Find details of tuition fees and opportunities for scholarships and financial support for our Sport Policy, Management and International Development programme.

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Questions about your application or how to apply? Contact the Postgraduate Admissions team or the Programme Director who look forward to hearing from you.

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