Study environment

At UCN Business we believe that a well-balanced mix of academic and social aspects creates the best framework for the study environment at an educational institution

This means that we strive to build an innovative and knowledge-generating environment which is characterised by high academic and social levels.

To live up to this conviction, Sport Management is characterised by many academic and social events such as introductory events, company visits, guest lecturers, study visits, study trips, active sport days and various parties.

An international environment

Another important aspect of the programme is that Sport Management is one of the UCN study programmes which are taught in Danish as well as English meaning that our students move in an international and multicultural environment.

This environment allows our students to get an insight into other cultures through joint events, which means they can acquire knowledge that can be useful in relation to an international career.

Knowledge, innovation and development

The study environment that surrounds the students of Sport Management is one of the essential elements of generating knowledge, innovation and development.

At UCN we strive to create the best possible framework for students who are acquiring knowledge that can be used innovatively to help them develop their skills and competencies academically as well as socially.

In other words, our goals for UCN’s study environment is to create the best possible surroundings for building professional and social relations around good studies, which we consider a sound foundation for the future.

Class representatives

Class representatives are two selected students from each class on the study programme. There is one class representative and one substitute who meet approximately once a month with the Programme Director, a lecturer representative and the Student Advisor to discuss life on the study programme.

Each class sends in topics for discussion for the meeting agenda and this is their chance to directly influence, change, affect and develop the programme and the institution in different ways.

Read about the facilities at your campus

Read about the facilities available on campus and get acquainted with the Study Administration Office, the café, the bookshop and the library etc. You can also read about the academic and social study life across UCN.

Student Calendar 2016 - 2018

Keep up to date using the Student Calendar 2016 – 2018 (PDF) covering all the business study programmes.

Contact Student Advisor

Lars Olsen
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 13 95
laol@ucn.dk

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

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