Graduate Diploma in Sport in Oceania

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The graduate diploma acts primarily as an extension of the undergraduate degree. It offers additional courses and training so that students will be better prepared to enter the job market. For many students, the diploma serves as preparation for a master’s degree. 

While engaged in the academic study of sport, students usually choose between preparing to manage or coach sports organizations or providing physical training guidance for professional athletes, students or recreational programs. Courses and programs can prepare scholars for teaching or coaching careers.  

Due to the numerous countries within Oceania, work occasions and work permit laws differ greatly, with data on opportunities in some nations being limited. Australia and New Zealand are the most advanced countries in the area.

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Graduate Diploma in Sports Media

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 1.5 years January 2019 Australia Sydney + 1 more

The Graduate Diploma in Sports Media equips students with the skills, techniques and knowledge to build careers across multiple areas of sports management, administration, journalism and communication. The course draws from the disciplines of journalism, public relations and business to deliver invaluable learning experiences in media management, sports administration and marketing, audience development, and reporting and editing across text, video and audio. [+]

UTS's unique arrangement with the Sydney Cricket Ground Trust delivers a range of opportunities for students across sporting codes, adding an in-house, hands-on element to every aspect of the course. Students are behind the scenes and in front of the action. The course is delivered by teachers from UTS's School of Communication and School of Business along with leading industry practitioners. The emphasis is on delivering both practical and reflective learning opportunities, so that graduates are doers and thinkers, and possess both practical and strategic skills.

Graduates of the program: have strong and flexible research, reporting and production skills, and a critical understanding of contemporary sports media possess the ability to work across platforms, channels and disciplines in digital and emerging environments are innovative practitioners and agile thinkers who are able to develop new ideas, solve problems and engage audiences strive towards industry positions armed with a sound understanding of current ethical, professional and policy debates in sport. ... [-]