his April, New York Red Bulls will welcome 35 students from the Global Institute of Sport (GIS) to Red Bull Arena for their annual New York Global Sports Summit.
As with previous GIS summits, the educational trip is an incredible opportunity for students to network and learn from sports industry experts across the week-long event.
Taking place from April 7 to April 14, the UK-based students will not only be based in an educational setting, but will also visit many of the region’s most renowned stadia and organisations, and take in ample live sport across the city, including:
- New York Red Bulls v San Jose Earthquakes @ Red Bull Arena (MLS)
- Brooklyn Nets v Philadelphia 76ers @ Barclays Center (NBA)
- New Jersey Devils v Buffalo Sabres @ Prudential Center (NHL)
- New York Yankees v Minnesota Twins @ Yankee Stadium (MLB)
GIS forged the partnership with the Red Bull Arena back in 2019, with an annual summit taking place at the stadium since, all of which have been very successful among students attending from across the world.
If you are interested in studying with GIS or would like to find out more about what GIS offers, you can meet with GIS staff at the Element Hotel, Harrison, NJ on Saturday 8th April, between 4pm-6pm – just ahead of the RBNY v San Jose Earthquakes game at Red Bull Arena.
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The Global Institute of Sport is a world-first in higher education, offering postgraduate and online degrees in the football and sports industry. From media and marketing to coaching and management, GIS’ pioneering programmes enable you to kick start your career in any sector of sport.
With campuses at the iconic Wembley Stadium, Etihad Stadium, DRV PNK Stadium in Miami, and the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), as well as other Global Hubs around the world, GIS is the number one destination for those wanting to master the sports industry.
GIS degrees and programmes have helped graduates find careers in some of the world’s top sporting organisations and 94% of 2021 graduates are either employed or in full time study. 86% of these are in highly skilled jobs, 61% of which are in sport.
In 2022 GIS’ MSc International Sport Management course ranked in the prestigious SportBusiness Magazine’s Global Top 40 Postgraduate Programmes, sharing the stage with the world’s most elite institutions.
To find out how the Global Institute of Sport can help you master the sports industry, click here.