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Sports Communications and Marketing is a practical degree that combines specialist industry knowledge with a range of transferable skills in communications and marketing.St Marys University is the top university in London for Sport.Modules are taught in collaboration with industry professionals.Students gain digital skills training underpinned by critical knowledge and understanding.There are opportunities for work placements and study abroad.Why study Sports Communications and Marketing (with
Sports Communications and Marketing is a practical degree that combines specialist industry knowledge with a range of transferable skills in communications and marketing.
St Mary's University is the top university in London for Sport.
Modules are taught in collaboration with industry professionals.
Students gain digital skills training underpinned by critical knowledge and understanding.
There are opportunities for work placements and study abroad.
Why study Sports Communications and Marketing (with a Foundation Year)?
Designed in collaboration with industry experts, this exciting new course reflects the growing demand for creative and digitally literate graduates with strong marketing communication skills keen to work in the sports industries.
Why St Mary's?
St Mary’s University has an impressive track record of developing successful degree programmes related to sport and the sports industries.
We work closely with some of the leading sports communication and marketing companies in London to offer outstanding work placements that will prepare you for a range of exciting careers in sport, business and media.
The course takes an interdisciplinary approach to communications and marketing by combining industry-specific knowledge with applied skills.
Each module is normally assessed by a combination of one written and one practical assignment.
You will get the opportunity to undertake your own research, give presentations and design and produce media content and marketing campaigns.
Your final project can be either a written dissertation or practical-based assignment (often a website, film or marketing campaign).
The skills and knowledge acquired on this degree will ensure that you can secure employment in the sports communications and marketing industries and a range of other sectors where multimedia production, design and marketing skills are in high demand.
This could be a sports charity, a media relations company or a major sports brand. The work experience opportunities that we offer will greatly enhance your CV and aims to give you a head start in the workplace.
Most of the optional work placements take place in the Greater London area. Some might be in central London, but there are also a number of suitable Communications and Marketing organisations in west London.