Sport Management is the Organizational Side of Sport. The ISPM programme is the kick-start for your professional success in the global sport community. You will develop as an established leader, participate within international sport networks and actively engage in effective intercultural initiatives.
What kind of traits does the ISPM student need? A passion for sport, being a team-player, having a global outlook and an interest in business. Having aptitude and curiosity for finance, marketing, research, communications, sociology , ethics, technology, law, and politics is beneficial. The new three-year programme International Sport Management (ISPM) starts in September 2017.
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You have a Dutch diplomaTo begin the 3-year bachelor's degree programme in International Sport Management, you should have a vwo-diploma with the appropriate "profiel".
To enrol for the ISPM 3 year programme you will need a secondary school diploma comparable to a Dutch VWO diploma and a good command of English.
Also, an interview is a mandatory part of the application process.
Before we can decide on your eligibility, we’ll need to assess your secondary school certificate.
To make sure your certificate is evaluated fairly, we work with NUFFIC, an organisation that specialises in the assessment of international education qualifications.
This programme is taught entirely in English. You’ll need a good command of the English language, both spoken and written.
Bachelor’s candidates who are educated in the Netherlands, UK, Ireland, USA, Canada (Quebec only when the education language is English), Australia, New Zealand, South Africa or Malta, or students holding a diploma (including English as an exam subject) stated on this diploma list, don’t need to take an English proficiency test.
All other prospective students are required to hand in a valid and sufficient language test.
Please check our entry requirements for more information.
If you completed your prior education in another country than those listed above you might still qualify for exemption, for example if:
- you have an American or International High School Diploma, or
- you have a European or International Baccalaureate Diploma
Admissions Test 21+
If you’re 21 years old before 1 September 2020, but don’t have a diploma or a qualification that meets the entry requirements, you can take the 21+ Admissions Test. The 21+ Admissions Test is offered at several dates between January and the start of the academic year, and consists of a digital general capacity test. Please note that you can only participate if you have an EEA-nationality or residence permit for the Netherlands that is valid on the test date.
PREP School (English Academic Preparation School)
If your diploma grants admission to the follow up programme of your choice, but you have not quite reached the required level of English, we offer an English PREP school. On completion of this programme, you’ll not only be ready to join a degree programme at THUAS, but you’ll also have learnt a lot about the Netherlands, The Hague and about our university.
The Hague Pathway College
The Hague Pathway College will prepare you for success in a 3-year English-taught Bachelor’s programmes at THUAS, if your diploma does not allow for direct admission. During the International Foundation Year you will enhance your subject related knowledge (like Maths, Economics or Physics, depending on the bachelor’s you’d like to study), improve your English language level and strengthen your academic skills. After learning the essentials, you’re ready to start the 3-year bachelor’s programme of your choice without the need to take additional tests like IELTS.
7 November 2020
An Open Day is a great way to visit our campus; get acquainted with current students, lecturers, and meet our team of study advisors. You can also attend a few presentations by our lecturers who will help you get into a critical and intercultural mind-set, which you will most definitely need in the globalising world of sports. Do you want to view a programme presentation in advance? Watch this webinar.