Attainment level (B.Sc. M.Sc. Ph.D.): M. Sc.
Name Organisation/ University: Business School Berlin
Address: Calandrellistraße 1–9, D-12247 Berlin
Number of spots: Approximately 15-20
Costs/tuition fee: 590€ per month
Start of the program: October
Application deadline: none
Language of tuition: German
Admittance of foreign students: Yes, but German language proficiency needed (C1-level)
Study duration/Workload (ECTS): 24 months (full time), 180 credits
Study structure/mode: full-time, part-time
Practical internship (yes/no): No
Formal supervision (yes/no): No
Target group and Study focus:
Graduates with psychological or sport science background (or studies with link to sport, or personal link to and experiences in sport)
What to do afterwards, jobs perspectives
The Master’s degree in Sport Psychology qualifies you for a professional, science-based occupation in the field of competitive sport. It involves a holistic development process that includes teaching of essential academic content along with practical and methodological competences and your own experiences in dealing with professional sportspeople, clubs, Olympic training centres and centres of excellence.
German language proficiency (C1-level), undergraduate study (psychology, sport science, or study program with link to sport (science).
How to apply
Online via the website
Special opportunity: Double master’s degree
2 psychology master’s degrees in just 3 years
The Sport Psychology master’s degree at BSP is designed so that graduates of this master’s course can gain a second master’s in just one extra year.
The content of all the master’s programmes builds upon the foundations of general professional competence in management, professional competence in psychology and methodological competence, which means that this content can automatically be recognised in a subsequent master’s programme.
In two semesters you will acquire the specific professional competences of your chosen master’s degree and demonstrate the expertise you have gained in the final master’s thesis.