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Apply now for AISTS Masters of Sports Administration

Website: http://www.aists.org/msaor
Organisation: International Academy of Sports Science and Technology
Closing date: 1st May 2014

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Students can apply now until 1st May 2014 to read a Masters in Sports Administration at the International Olympic Committee founded International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The course is designed for aspiring sports managers passionate about a career in the sports industry and gives participants the opportunity to become qualified in the fundamental areas of management and economics, sports medicine, technology, law and sociology over 14 months.

With a faculty of more than 140 lecturers and speakers from both industry and academia, AISTS MSA graduates are well informed and well equipped to take on the challenging and complex issues of today’s sporting landscape.

Graduates go on to work for high profile sports organisations, such as the International Olympic Committee, National Olympic Committees, Organising Committees, and a large number of International Sports Federations including FIFA, the International Volleyball Federation, World Rowing, FINA and more.

Applications for the 2015 intake are now open. The first deadline for the consideration into the 2015 programme is 1 May 2014. Scholarships are also available.

Discover if the AISTS MSA is right for you at www.aists.org/msa or email info@aists.org to arrange a one-on-one skype session, to sit in on a class, or have any of your questions answered.

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First World War Centenary

Website: http://www.1914.org/
Organisation: Imperial War Museums
Closing date: none

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The year 2014 will mark 100 years since the outbreak of the First World War and the Imperial War Museums (IWM) needs your help to create a memorable programme to commemorate the millions of lives of those who lived, fought and died in the war.

The First World War Centenary Programme hopes to connect nations, communities and individuals of all ages with the lives, stories and impact of the First World War.

The IWM is leading the First World War Centenary Partnership, a network of more than 500 local, regional, national and international cultural and educational organisations.

The initiative will present a vibrant global programme of cultural events and activities, and digital platforms which will enable millions of people across the world to discover more about life in the First World War.

To get involved and help show your support you can join the partnership by registering as a new member here.

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