The minor Sport Development looks at the world of sport development on a continuum of Sport for Development (addressing social challenges through sport in national and international context) and Development of Sport (getting more people to play more sport in national and international context). Aims for sport development are inclusion, empowering people and building communities through sustainable sport programmes.
At the end of the minor Sport Development, students:
- have knowledge of a variety of international sport development projects/programmes and why they are succesful or not
- have awareness of how to facilitate in sport development projects/programmes
- can transfer their own vision of sport development into their own project/programme start-up
- have practical experience in organizing and facilitating in the field of Sport Development
Questions about the minor?
Contact René Randsdorp, email@example.com
Questions about the Kies op Maat procedure?
Contact Cobi Kooistra, firstname.lastname@example.org
A personal contribution of max. €500 should be taken into account for the fieldtrip in Europe.
Sport for Development 1 (5 ECTS): written exam and paper
Sport for Development 2 (5 ECTS): written exam and paper
Development of Sport 1 (3 ECTS): written exam and presentation
Development of Sport 2 (3 ECTS): written exam and presentation
Research and Project Management (2 ECTS): project plan
Faciliation Skills (2 ECTS): presentation
Cross Cultural Relations (2 ECTS): paper
Professional Orientation (2 ECTS): product
Social Entrepreneurship (2 ECTS): presentation
Policy, Governance and Structures (2 ECTS): presentation
Fieldtrip (2 ECTS)
Each student will have access to a re-assessment in case the first attempt was insufficient.
If a student fails to successfully complete the minor in the period in which she took the minor it is possible to finalize the minor in a following period in which the minor is given.
If a minor is no longer offered or in case the minor is rewritten, the degree programme will offer students a further two opportunities to finalize this minor in the following year.
A variety of literature will be used ranging from peer reviewed articles to sources from the work field.
7 lectures of 100 minutes
Scheduled study times in between lecturers
20 hours p/w; Lecturers:7*100 minutes p/w; Fieldtrips: daytrips and 1, or 2 smaller trip(s) in Europe; Written exams at the end of each quarter. Presentations/papers during the quarters; Tutorial and support via email/online platform.