Johan Cruyff Institute offers sport management education to EduSport Academy

Johan Cruyff Institute ofrece formación en gestión deportiva a EduSport Academy

The Johan Cruyff Institute reinforces the educational commitment of EduSport Academy, an elite football program in Scotland, with all its offer of Masters, Postgraduates and other courses

Johan Cruyff Institute and EduSport Academy, an elite football development program based in Scotland, have reached an agreement to encourage and enhance the academic development of their athletes. Members of the academy will be able to access all the Johan Cruyff Institute programs in Sport Management, Sport Marketing and Sponsorship, Football Business and Coaching, with special discounts of up to 30%.

The director of EduSport Academy, Chris Ewing, believes that it is a great opportunity for his boys to combine their football career with studies at the Johan Cruyff Institute, based on his own personal knowledge of the quality of teaching as a former student of the Master in Sport Management Online. “We are delighted with this collaboration with the Johan Cruyff Institute”, he says. “We have the responsibility to offer our students the best tools to achieve success, both athletically and academically. This agreement adds much value to our academic offer and will allow our athletes to get to know the world of sport management and football business. As a former student of the Johan Cruyff Institute, I know that both companies share the same values and passion for development and innovation. Therefore, I am convinced that this union will be a guaranteed success”.

The students of the Johan Cruyff Institute will also benefit from this collaboration, as they will have access to job offers and internships at EduSport Academy.

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