Stikkordarkiv: Sport Management

HiMolde students paving the way for refugee integration

Together with Molde voksenopplæringssenter, the second-year students in the Sport Management bachelor program work on a socially inclusive project with current refugees. Although it is a real pilot project, it already now turns out to be a win-win cooperation. By RAPHAELA OSSBERGER (text & photo) At the moment, about 400 refugees are engaged in the … Fortsett å lese HiMolde students paving the way for refugee integration

Award-winning HiMolde graduates as future talents in sport

Recent Sport Management graduates Ingvild Aarland and Ørjan Dimmestøl returned to HiMolde to talk about their internship at the Norwegian Football Association and about their award-winning Bachelor theses. By RAPHAELA OSSBERGER & BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (photo) The reason for coming back to Molde the first time after finishing their Bachelor in Sports Management last June was … Fortsett å lese Award-winning HiMolde graduates as future talents in sport

«You have to give of yourself to get something!»

Monday, Daniel Hov, a former Sport Management student at HiMolde and now head of marketing and media at Sandefjord Fotball, talked to current students about his career and how he managed to realize his dream of working in the football industry. By RAPHAELA OSSBERGER & BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (photo) «I remember my first day here in … Fortsett å lese «You have to give of yourself to get something!»

Sport Management students in Europe (Part 3): Scenting Olympic air

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN/INNSBRUCK (Panorama): After five days in Germany, the 16 Sport Management students from HiMolde and 15 students from Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz headed on to Austria to finalize this year’s study trip about event management. By RAPHAELA OSSBERGER & BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (photo) The Alps are calling – and 31 slightly exhausted, but still excited students – … Fortsett å lese Sport Management students in Europe (Part 3): Scenting Olympic air

Sport Management students in Europe (Part 2): Food for thought is more important than actual food

MUNICH (Panorama): The second stage of this year’s Sport Management field trip through Germany and Austria awaited the students with a real highlight – and some lessons in Bavarian. By RAPHAELA OSSBERGER & BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (photo) After three days in Mainz and Frankfurt, the 16 Sport Management master’s students from HiMolde and 15 students from Johannes Gutenberg … Fortsett å lese Sport Management students in Europe (Part 2): Food for thought is more important than actual food

Sport Management students in Europe (Part 1): How to survive in the urban jungle

MAINZ/FRANKFURT (Panorama): In cooperation with Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, 16 students of HiMolde’s Sport Management master’s program spent eight days in Germany and Austria in order to get practical insights into the event management business in sports. By RAPHAELA OSSBERGER & BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (photo) Molde Airport Årø, 6:45 on a Thursday morning: 16 Sport Management master … Fortsett å lese Sport Management students in Europe (Part 1): How to survive in the urban jungle

Molde + Reykjavik = Dobbel mastergrad

Dekan Oskar Solenes har signert en avtale som gjør at studenter i høst kan ta en dobbel mastergrad i sport management og science ved HiMolde og Reykjavik University. – På vårt masterprogram i sport management har vi ikke så mye sport science, som f.eks. fysiske tester, treningslære og prestasjonspsykologi, så dette er et godt tilbud … Fortsett å lese Molde + Reykjavik = Dobbel mastergrad

MFK marketing for breakfast

«You probably know more about sport management than I do at the moment.» By BENJAMIN MOEYERSONS (text & photo) That was the words Oddvar Talset from MFK used to raise HiMolde’s sport management students out of their sleep. Thursday morning, even before the sun felt like waking up, about 40 bachelor’s and master’s students in … Fortsett å lese MFK marketing for breakfast

The dilemma of doping: Should it be banned in sport?

Why should we ban doping in sport? Sigmund Loland, professor of sport philosophy at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences (NSSS) and expert on doping and ethics, tried to find and explain the answers during his open lecture at HiMolde last Wednesday. By ÁDÁM FRANCZIA (text & photo) «Should performance enhancing drugs (PED) be banned in … Fortsett å lese The dilemma of doping: Should it be banned in sport?