The Sports Law Program, directed by Juan de Dios Crespo, considered one of the best lawyers in Spain according to the British magazine "Chambers & Partners", has been conceived so that the student knows the legal and legal foundations of sport from a perspective purely practical and through expert lawyers who work day by day in sports law.General objective of the programThe general objective of the program is that the student knows the legal and legal foundations of sport .Specific objectives of the programKnow and network between teachers and students through the different sessions and masterclasses.
Know the structural organization of sport, both the public and private areas. and its regulation. (Module I).
Delve into the regulation of the relationship between athletes and clubs, their employment regime and their specificities. (Module II).
Know the regulations at the national and international level in disciplinary matters. (Module III).
Study of the FIFA and UEFA regulations: Transfers and claim channels.
Study the methods of implementation of Fair Play in sport: doping, prevention of fixes and bets, etc. (Module IV).
Study alternative methods of conflict resolution. In particular, international arbitration as a method for deciding disputes and appeals in the world of sport. (Module V).MethodologyThe program has been developed with a balance between the theoretical and practical aspects of its contents.
Each module has a theoretical content and a practical application in the classroom, consolidated with practice and the experience of the speakers.ModalitiesHybrid, face-to-face, blended and online.Starting dates and academic calendarThe program begins the third week of the months of October and February .
The face-to-face sessions will be held on Fridays from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the ESBS European Sport Business School facilities.
The program has been conceived so that the student can develop it in 12 work weeks with a performance of 10 to 15 hours per week.CurriculumModule I: Organization and structure of sport
Module II: Labor Law in Sports
Module III: Sports disciplinary law
Module IV: Sports law, other views
Module VII: EvaluationCertificateOnce you have successfully passed the academic tests of the program, you will receive the certificate of completion of the Sports Law Program ESBS European Sport Business School and Fundació Valencia CF Training Center.Admission requirementsThe student must be over 18 years of age and meet any of the following requirements:Belong to a sports club
Be an elite athlete or former athlete
Be a university graduate or graduate
Be pursuing a university degree
Have been a student of any of the ESBS programsStudents must pass an admission interview.Price€ 2,350.