Student Sport Management Club

Learn, enjoy and never forget the experiences gained at EASM

 

Dear students,

 

Welcome to the Student Sport Management Club page. We are Chris and Emma, the two student representatives on the EASM board, connected to EASM to represent us students.

 

On this page, you will be able to read about student experiences at EASM. Our goal is to be a platform for sport management students to connect with other sports students all over the world.

EASM hosts annual summer schools, seminars and conferences all over Europe, specifically aimed at you as sports management students. These events are great opportunities to learn from sport industry professionals, build an international network and an amazing experience to make lifelong friends.

This page consists of student testimonials and other relevant EASM blogs to give you insights into what you can get out of these experiences as a student.

As student representatives, we are your voice in the organization. We hope to provide you with the best possible EASM experience and to connect you to like-minded students. Please reach out to us in case of any questions, and we hope to see you at the next EASM student experience.

 

Get connected – one small step, but a giant leap for your career!

 

Kind regards,

 

Christian Overduin

Student Representative on the EASM board

christian.overduin@easm.net

 

Emma Baker

Student Representative on the EASM board

emma.baker@easm.net

Dear students, My name is Pablo García, I was a volunteer at the 27th European Sport Mangement Conference and I also helped with the development of the Student Seminar held at University Pablo de Olavide. This was not my first time helping in a huge......

The 27th European Sport Management Conference was an amazing opportunity for networking and creating connections with sport management students and professionals from all around the world. More than 80 students from different universities across the world took part in this week-long conference. The students had......

Are you looking to kick-start your international career and gain real exposure to the sport management field from day one? Are you looking for an exciting challenge in a collaborative, engaging international association? Do you have a passion to work in sport management? Would you......

presented by EASM and GSJ   The European Association for Sport Management (EASM) and Global Sports Jobs (GSJ) – a world-leading digital sport career development agency collaborated in establishing the Young Talent Award in 2019. This is a prestigious EASM award aimed at rewarding academic efforts......

Are you thinking to participate in the 10th EASM Summer School in Madrid in May 2019? Hear from the Experiences of last year’s participant Anna:   Hello! My name is Anna Semenova and I study Sport Business at JAMK University, Finland. I’m glad to share......

With the student seminar being back to back with the main conference, it felt good to ease into a more passive role of listening and learning from others for the remaining three days of our stay in Malmö. The conference was impressive. Experts in nearly......

What can I say, as a student at the Student Seminar with about 50 international students, we had so much fun, great experiences and we got to know each other. I can only speak for myself, but this week was one of the best in......

Day six, Thursday, was the first day of the conference. For the first time this week we had the opportunity to choose the lectures we wanted to go to. The evening before I took my time to look through the conference app, Attendify, to check......

With the student seminar moving towards the end, all participants have been busy creating the presentations the management game is based on. Having attended lectures about innovation in sport, managing creativity processes and ways to incorporate inclusion into sports, they can surely be an inspiration......

by Daryousch The days 3-5 were very intensive but also very interesting. Mainly we heard lectures about integration and did group work to prepare a final presentation. Furthermore, there was another field trip. We went to an outdoor gym and saw a nice possibility of......

Day 3 Today we settled a little bit and we had the first opportunity to work together on our main assignment for the week. We came up with the idea of using equestrian sports for integration and exclusion. Horses can’t see race or skin colour,......

Very positive first day at the PhD Seminar at #EASM2018! It was great having Sport Management students from around the world sharing their knowledge, and learning from each other’s experiences. Team #SPLISS made a debut at the PhD Seminar with 5 PhD students from the......

Would you like to know how it looks to participate in the Student Seminar? Pamela Michel from the University of Bern is showing you her experiences through a camera.  ...

by Vitaly and Daryousch What a great way to start a conference! Exciting start to the conference! It has been a busy first day. Visiting Malmö FF to hear about their community projects, education campaign against racism followed by lectures about inclusion activities in Swedish......

by Mart and Daryousch  Today we arrived in Malmö. Although we arrived a little bit late with my student colleagues from cologne we had a warm and nice welcome from the board and had a drink together. The people were very nice and offered help.......

Hi! Hej! Hallo! Privet! My name is Maria, I am a 4th-year Bachelor Student studying Sport Management from Moscow, Russia. I’ve always been fascinated by sports. At first, as an athlete, then, after an injury, as a spectator. That’s why I decided to study Sport......

Hello, My name is Mart Faber. I am 20 years old and I live in the city of Groningen. During my time in high school I realized that sport is what attracts me the most. For example, during the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South......

Hello, My name is Daryousch Argomand, I am 25 years old and I am from Cologne. I am studying Sport Management and Sport Communication at the German Sport University of Cologne. I am a very communicative person who loves sport, theoretical and practical. Furthermore, I like......

My name is Josef Nilsson, 24 years old from Norrkoping, Sweden. Currently I am studying Sport Management at the bachelor’s degree level at Malmo University, Sweden. Why I got into Sport Management? Well, as a former ice hockey goalkeeper, my career came to an end due......

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