The MA in Sports Ethics and Integrity is a two-year Master’s programme offered by a consortium of six European universities, coordinated by Swansea University (United Kingdom). Other partners are: Charles University (Czech Republic), KU Leuven (Belgium), University of Peloponnese (Greece), Pompeu Fabra University (Spain), Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (Germany).
The MA in Sports Ethics and Integrity represents a coherent and integrated interdisciplinary programme responding to the multidisciplinary nature of the problems manifest in sport governance. The partners have been selected according to their contributory areas of expertise, and form a team of co-workers and co-researchers dedicated to the exploration of issues and solutions in sports governance, ethics and integrity. The MA aims to develop in students high-level transferable skills, sensitivity to issues of ethics and integrity, and the skills, tools and resources to devise policy and implement sound practice. The MA is at a high theoretical level, but always relevant to the requirements of practical contexts, policy development and decision-making.
Applicants may apply for Erasmus Mundus Scholarships.