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Graduate Diploma in Sport Management

Program overview

Gain a competitive edge in your sport management career.

Advance your knowledge and skills relevant to navigating managerial challenges and opportunities in the international sport industry with Bond’s Graduate Diploma in Sport Management. This program will equip you with some of the advanced knowledge and skills required to enhance your career opportunities and springboard those currently working in other industries into this unique sector.

Bond’s Graduate Diploma in Sport Management is also a pathway into the Master of Sport Management to further develop knowledge and skills relating to management in the diverse sport industry.

Program code: BN-13126

CRICOS code: 096561F

Program overview

Gain a competitive edge in your sport management career.

Advance your knowledge and skills relevant to navigating managerial challenges and opportunities in the international sport industry with Bond’s Graduate Diploma in Sport Management. This program will equip you with some of the advanced knowledge and skills required to enhance your career opportunities and springboard those currently working in other industries into this unique sector.

Bond’s Graduate Diploma in Sport Management is also a pathway into the Master of Sport Management to further develop knowledge and skills relating to management in the diverse sport industry.

Program code: BN-13126

CRICOS code: 096561F

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About this program

The Graduate Diploma in Sport Management enables students and practitioners from various backgrounds to develop advanced knowledge and skills relevant to navigating managerial challenges and opportunities in the international sport industry. This program is designed to enhance the career opportunities of established professionals, as well as assist individuals currently working in other sectors develop some of the advanced knowledge and skills required to work in this unique sector. Graduates are also eligible to progress into the Master of Sport Management to further develop knowledge and skills relating to management in the diverse sport industry. Subjects completed in the Graduate Diploma program are credited to the Master program.

What you'll be studying

  • Semester 1

    Complete the Graduate Diploma in just eight months (two semesters) with Bond’s accelerated three-semester-per-year timetable. Tailor your degree to your interests and career ambitions with your choice of six directed electives from a selection of subjects, which will provide you an immersive experience and enable you to dive into governance, entrepreneurship, marketing, event management and the sporting industry.

Program features

  • Standout facilities

    Unrivalled access to an array state-of-the-art learning resources including the Bond FinTech Hub, Commercialisation Centre, Centre for Actuarial and Financial Big Data Analytics, and Transformer.

  • Build a network

    During your semester, you will have the opportunity to build and grow your personal and professional network with access to both high-profile Australian and international business leaders through various industry networking events, guest presenters and work experience opportunities with a variety of sport organisations.

  • Personalised learning

    Learn in small class groups, from world-leading academics, and with a one-to-one philosophy that puts you and your career at the centre of your degree.

  • Gain hands-on experience

    Experience both local, national, and international business environments with internships and international Study Tours available.

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Hear from our Bondies

  • Sport Management

    Sport management at Bond is a hands-on course, utilising industry professionals, real-world experiences and the opportunity to undertake an internship with professional sport organisations. The sport industry continues to grow and seeks graduates in all fields, from sport participation, sport development, event management and high-performance sport management. Now that Brisbane has secured the 2032 Olympic Games, there has never been a better time to study sport management on the Gold Coast. 

    Lisa Gowthorp - Associate Professor
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Hear from our Bondies

  • Sport Management

    Sport management at Bond is a hands-on course, utilising industry professionals, real-world experiences and the opportunity to undertake an internship with professional sport organisations. The sport industry continues to grow and seeks graduates in all fields, from sport participation, sport development, event management and high-performance sport management. Now that Brisbane has secured the 2032 Olympic Games, there has never been a better time to study sport management on the Gold Coast. 

    Lisa Gowthorp - Associate Professor
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