Careers after the MSc in Sports Industry Management

Graduate employment results

  • Net employment rate at 3 months : 84%
  • 59% of students found a job before graduation
  • 40.5% work outside their home country
  • Average starting salary: €45,5K

    Survey carried out in 2023. Concerns class of 2022.

Where do our students end up?

Various positions held:

  • Sales: 33.3%
  • Marketing: 23.8%
  • Communication, Advertising: 7.1%
  • IT: 4.8%
  • Consultant: 4.8%
  • Purchasing, supply chain: 2.4%

In Various Sectors as Sport, Information and Communication technology, Finance and Insurance, Communications Agencies, Audiovisual publishing and Broadcasting, etc.


  • NIKE
  • PARIS 2024
  • HOKA

Survey carried out in 2023. Concerns class of 2022.

Top recruiters SIM_2023

Find out how to choose the job you want in the sports industry

The MSc in Sports Industry Management prepares you for management careers within those companies active in sports and outdoor related industries.

Examples of diverse job descriptions may be found below in order to give better insight into what careers are offered in these sectors:

  • Sport Event Organizer: Sports events organizers  hold a great amount of hands-on responsibility whether working for event management institutions, in-house for a company or freelance contracts.
  • Sports product marketing manager: Sports product marketing manager requires employees to have a connection with consumers and other various sports audiences. Product marketing actions may take place through sponsorships, corporate events, various advertising techniques, product promotion through players, and much more.
  • Sports retailer: An employee working in sports retailing assists in promoting brand value while directly working with sporting goods and retailing to the consumer.
  • Brand manager: Sports brand management comprises itself of distinguishing sports names and symbols, giving the brand value amongst clients. Employees within this field oversee creation and management of brand loyalty amongst sports products, logos, or teams and their consumers.
  • Sports agent: Careers require a wide range of management skills such as knowledge of finance, business management, financial and risk analysis, communication and negotiation skills, and not to mention, sports.
  • Merchandiser: When working in sports merchandising, employees contribute to the sale of products to the retail consumer.