International MSc in Performance Analysis of Sport
The master course aims to:
- train experts in Performance Analysis of Sport
- offer specialized quality education to meet labour market demands in the sport training area.
- provide graduates with the necessary knowledge and skills for them to develop a career in international settings.
The master opens a professional qualification avenue in the specific field of sports. The curriculum is intended to prepare students in the following professional areas:
- Performance analysis in sports clubs, research institutes or rehabilitation centres.
- Design of training programmes for sports people.
- Project management in Technical Departments of national and international sports organisations.
- Supervision and development of athlete follow-up plans in sports clubs and research laboratories (technical documents, experimental systems, laboratory education, etc.), with special attention to the new technologies.
- Positions directly linked to Sport Performance research.
The master course is targeted at graduates and professionals preferably holding a degree in Physical Education and Sports.
The master has been organised by the Faculty of Humanities, Department of Sport Sciences of Otto-von-Guericke University.
The contact person for this study is Dr. Kathrin Rehfeld.
Information for Application
Application deadline for European applicants: May 31st (The BA Certificate can be submitted until 1st September).
Application deadline for international applicants: March 31st.
Please note that this master course is subject to charges.
Further information for foreign students: Ulrike Schmidt
Courses - Common Subjects:
October - January
|1||Motor Control and Motion Analysis||15||
|2||Advances in Sport Coaching||15|
|3||Advanced Topics in Notational Analysis||15||
UTAD Vila Real
|4||Applied Performance Analysis||15|
|5||Biomechanical Analysis of Sport Techniques||15||
|6||Research Methodology in Empirical Observation||15|
- Modules 1 and 2 will be taught at Otto von Guerike University Magdeburg (Department of Sport Sciences) (12 weeks).
- Modules 3 and 4 will be taught at the Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real Portugal (12 weeks).
- Modules 5 and 6 will be taught at Lithuanian Sports University in Kaunas, Lithuania.
- Module 7 (Scientific Applied Work) will be completed at one of the three universities, to be chosen by students.
- The candidate's previous education, experience, academic records and CV will be considered.
- Applicants whose principal language of instruction at their previous university has been other than English, must submit a valid TOEFL (ibT) score report, with overall 79 or more points, or equivalent, internationally recognized English proficiency certificate.
- European students will be admitted based on the regulations in force in their own universities, with the Coordination Commission's consent.
- Mobility and integration procedures will be coordinated by the International Offices of each university, using the resources of the Erasmus programme.