Study Tourism, Sport and Events at UniSA

Career outcomes include: Sport Development Officer, Events Coordinator, Recreation Planner, Festival Assistant, Tourism Information Officer, Arts Administrator

The University of South Australia Business School offers exciting study programs for those interested in dynamic leisure activities.

 Our offerings in Tourism, Sports and Events are designed to lead students into management positions and offer international career prospects in the leisure and cultural industries. Marketing, economics and strategic management are important aspects of study and all students gain invaluable experience in their field by working on industry projects.

Sport and Recreation Management graduates typically gain employment as leaders, programmers or coordinators, before progressing to higher level management and planning positions. Graduates may find work with local and state government, private companies, not-for-profit sports associations and clubs, sport and leisure centres, community recreational organisations, event management companies, aquatic centres, outdoor adventure operators, health and fitness centres, charities, worksite recreation and lifestyle programs.

A degree in Tourism and Event Management is your passport to a worldwide choice of career options. Tourism and events is a dynamic and global industry. From festivals and concerts, to transport companies and tourism resorts, options for graduates exist in a wide range of areas - nationally and internationally.


Double your opportunities

Double degrees

Stand out from the crowd with a Business or Law double degree. This allows you to specialise in two fields, which puts you in an excellent position to enter your chosen career. And while it may double your opportunities, it doesn't take double the time to complete.

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