The AISTS Master of Advanced Studies in Sport Administration and Technology degree is a unique 15-month international postgraduate program in sports management, endorsed by the International Olympic Committee, and located in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The AISTS degree is co-signed by some of the best academic and technology institutes in Switzerland.
WHO IS THE AISTS DEGREE FOR?
The AISTS degree is targeted at candidates who have a university degree and previous work experience but wish to re-orientate their career in the sports industry. Our participants have an international background, an average of 4 years work experience and a passion for sport.
Experience in the sports industry is therefore not a prerequisite but experiences related to sport is needed – e.g. athlete, volunteer, member of sport event organising committee, member of club’s committee, journalism in sport, coaching etc.
International level athletes who participated in world championships, Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games are also welcome to the program and can apply for a scholarship.
To ensure a personalised, interactive environment, the program is limited to 35-40 participants and we always strive to have an equal gender balance within each class.
WHAT MAKES THE AISTS DEGREE UNIQUE?
- The strong connection with the Olympic Movement
- The location of Lausanne, as Olympic Capital
- The academic weight of having three prestigious universities co-sign the degree
- The multi-disciplinary approach provides individuals a 360° view of sport management
- The rich network of over 100+ lecturers and speakers
WHAT IS THE FOCUS OF THE AISTS MAS IN SPORT ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM?
Held in Lausanne, the Olympic Capital, participants are trained by experts in sport and academics, in the following multidisciplinary fields applied directly to sport.
- Management & Economics
Our program includes 9 months in the classroom (lectures, case studies, activities and field trips), 2 months of work experience in the sports industry, with the rest of the time spent on a client team project and research paper. For more information see the 2019 Syllabus here.