The MBA in Leisure Studies is for those in executive positions in the leisure and sports management and for those seeking doctoral level work in the fields of entertainment and sports.

The MBA in Leisure Studies is for those in executive positions in the leisure and sports management and for those seeking doctoral level work in the fields of entertainment and sports.

The Programme aims to, and prepare professionals to…

  • Providing an international vision of the leisure field, together with an adaptable perspective in a changing and competitive global environment.
  • Developing the capacity for innovation and creative
  • Analyzing global trends in the sector and acquiring the perspectives and strategies required to become ethical leaders of global leisure organizations.
  • Develop the ability to manage people and organizations to achieve results in the field of entertainment nationally and internationally.
  • Perceive real world strategies in the area of business and managerial practice
  • Prepare for a top management career by developing and improving your skills
  • Learn how to cope with changes in the dynamic entrepreneurial environment
  • Understand the principles of management and leisure organizations
  • Learn to use management tools and critically assess their advantages and limit
  • Develop practical skills that are best suited for your future occupational tasks and objectives

FEE

€ 1,499

30 ENGAGING LESSONS

60 Mins Each

INTERACTIVE VIDEO SESSIONS

By Expert Lecturers

END-OF-MODULE

Assignment

END-OF-LESSON

Revision Quizzes

  • FEE

    € 1,499

  • 30 ENGAGING LESSONS

    60 Mins Each

  • END-OF-MODULE

    Assignment

  • END-OF-LESSON

    Revision Quizzes

  • INTERACTIVE VIDEO SESSIONS

    By Expert Lecturers

  • To obtain a great and wide understanding of the leadership and management of Leisure activities and interventions aimed at making a comprehensive effect onto individuals and communities locally and worldwide
  • To grow the ability of individuals to develop leisure and sport organizations, to support the growth of the leisure industry, and to conduct research that will develop the knowledge structure in these disciplines.
  • To develop rules, practicing business plans that include the tourism and leisure field. Focusing on the development of executive skills and strategic capabilities
  • To provide people with the competency required in the industry while developing the understanding of international and intercultural management needs.

  • Students in the program can immediately apply their learning in their workplace. Many of the graduates are able to capitalize on new opportunities either within their current organization or in new professional careers. 
  • Investigate of the impact tourism planning and development on economic, sociocultural and physical environments.
  • Look at business from the point of view of both the consumer and the service provider.
  • Explore issues that concern host-visitor relationships.
  •  Study the major processes within marketing through case studies and class discussion.

EIU MBA Modules

  • MGT510: Managerial Accounting 
  • MGT520: Managing Business Strategy 
  • MGT530: Human Capital Management 
  • MGT540: Marketing Management 
  • MGT550: Managing Operations 
  • MGT560: Leading Organisation
  • MGT570: Financial Management 
  • MGT580: Project Management 
  • MGT590: ACTION RESEARCH PAPER

 + Choose 5 Specialization Modules to have MBA in Leisure Studies

Explores and utilizes sustainable practices to assess, develop, implement, and evaluate tourism's potential contribution to, or detraction from, the quality of life for communities through existing systematic approaches utilizing community development and evaluative frameworks. Examines economic, environmental, socio-cultural, and political impacts on community tourism development within the community tourism development context

For those wishing to acquire a specific and comprehensive knowledge of the recreational sports program and an understanding of its place and value in education and society

Duties and responsibilities of an administrator and how these are performed .

Camping leadership and outdoor education principles with implications for management, planning of, and interpretation in recreation areas as well as for policy development.

Off-campus course that provides materials and experiences not available in the classroom. exposure to issues, trends, and concerns relevant to outdoor recreation, resource management, and the delivery of programs and services in outdoor environments. Public, private non-profits and commercial agencies experienced through a series of field trips, lectures, group exercises, and other experiential-based activities

Research and evaluation procedures and techniques applicable to assessing recreation and leisure service programs, participants, administrative structures, and resources. Emphasis on beginning and completing a "real-world" evaluation project

Social/psychological concepts concerning leisure and sport participation behavior in various types of leisure and sport settings. Range of different theoretical perspectives and behavioral concepts underlying pertinent research.

 + Choose 5 Specialization Modules to have MBA in Leisure Studies

 

1) Community Development through Leisure, Sport, and Tourism

  • Explores and utilizes sustainable practices to assess, develop, implement, and evaluate tourism’s potential contribution to, or detraction from, the quality of life for communities through existing systematic approaches utilizing community development and evaluative frameworks. Examines economic, environmental, socio-cultural, and political impacts on community tourism development within the community tourism development context

2) Campus Recreation

  • For those wishing to acquire a specific and comprehensive knowledge of the recreational sports program and an understanding of its place and value in education and society

3) Organization and Administration of Leisure, Sport, and Tourism

  • Duties and responsibilities of an administrator and how these are performed .

4) Outdoor Environmental Education

  • Camping leadership and outdoor education principles with implications for management, planning of, and interpretation in recreation areas as well as for policy development

5) Outdoor Recreation Workshop

  • Off-campus course that provides materials and experiences not available in the classroom. exposure to issues, trends, and concerns relevant to outdoor recreation, resource management, and the delivery of programs and services in outdoor environments. Public, private non-profits and commercial agencies experienced through a series of field trips, lectures, group exercises, and other experiential-based activities

6) Evaluation of Leisure, Sport, and Tourism

  • Research and evaluation procedures and techniques applicable to assessing recreation and leisure service programs, participants, administrative structures, and resources. Emphasis on beginning and completing a “real-world” evaluation project

7) Behavioral Concepts in Leisure and Sport

  • Social/psychological concepts concerning leisure and sport participation behavior in various types of leisure and sport settings. Range of different theoretical perspectives and behavioral concepts underlying pertinent research

The European International University (EIU-Paris), is a private higher education establishment authorized by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research, and Innovation, in accordance to and in compliance with the French Education Act: Code de l’Education Articles L 444-1 to 444-11 and R 444-1 to 444-28.

EIU-Paris is also internationally accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). EIU is accredited with Premier University status by ASIC, UK, since 2nd October 2018. ASIC is recognized by UKVI in the UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in the USA and is listed in their International Directory. It is also a member of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), an affiliate of European Network for Quality Assurance (ENQA) and an institutional member of European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN).

EIU-Paris has also obtained accreditation candidacy status, and is currently pursuing programmatic accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), United States.

The European International University is further audited and quality assured, as well as ranked, by internationally acclaimed bodies such as QS, ACBSP, ECBE, BGA, ATHEA, and CEOWORLD Magazine.

For more information about EIU-Paris Recognition and Accreditation, please visit https://eiu.ac/recognition-and-accreditation/

The grading system is defined as follows:

 Pass: 
 Higher   Distinction 90-100%
 Distinction 80-89%
 First Division 70-79%
 Second   Division 60-69%
 Satisfactory 50-59%
 Fail: 
 Unsatisfactory 49% and below

To request for a hard copy award, please contact: award@eiu.ac

CERTIFIED COURSE-BY-COURSE FOREIGN ACADEMIC EVALUATION (U.S. EQUIVALENCY):

EIU's M.B.A. degree has been reviewed and evaluated against U.S. standards and is certified to be equivalent to an M.B.A. degree conferred by Regionally Accredited Universities in the United States.

This means that the EIU M.B.A. degree meets full or partial requirements for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) promulgated by the United States Dept. of Homeland Security. Additionally, the EIU M.B.A. degree also meets requirements for continuing education and/or employment in the U.S.

This evaluation is done following guidelines set by AACROA evaluation guidelines, as well as, based on best practices promulgated by The Association for International Credential Evaluation Professionals (TAICEP), the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals (NAGAP), The European Association for International Education (EAIE), and the Association of International Educators (NAFSA).

To see a sample of the CERTIFIED COURSE-BY-COURSE ACADEMIC EVALUATION (U.S. Equivalency) document for EIU degree, click here



  • To obtain a great and wide understanding of the leadership and management of Leisure activities and interventions aimed at making a comprehensive effect onto individuals and communities locally and worldwide
  • To grow the ability of individuals to develop leisure and sport organizations, to support the growth of the leisure industry, and to conduct research that will develop the knowledge structure in these disciplines.
  • To develop rules, practicing business plans that include the tourism and leisure field. Focusing on the development of executive skills and strategic capabilities
  • To provide people with the competency required in the industry while developing the understanding of international and intercultural management needs.

  • Students in the program can immediately apply their learning in their workplace. Many of the graduates are able to capitalize on new opportunities either within their current organization or in new professional careers. 
  • Investigate of the impact tourism planning and development on economic, sociocultural and physical environments.
  • Look at business from the point of view of both the consumer and the service provider.
  • Explore issues that concern host-visitor relationships.
  •  Study the major processes within marketing through case studies and class discussion.

EIU MBA Modules

  • MGT510: Managerial Accounting 
  • MGT520: Managing Business Strategy 
  • MGT530: Human Capital Management 
  • MGT540: Marketing Management 
  • MGT550: Managing Operations 
  • MGT560: Leading Organisation
  • MGT570: Financial Management 
  • MGT580: Project Management 
  • MGT590: ACTION RESEARCH PAPER

 + Choose 5 Specialization Modules to have MBA in Leisure Studies

Explores and utilizes sustainable practices to assess, develop, implement, and evaluate tourism's potential contribution to, or detraction from, the quality of life for communities through existing systematic approaches utilizing community development and evaluative frameworks. Examines economic, environmental, socio-cultural, and political impacts on community tourism development within the community tourism development context

For those wishing to acquire a specific and comprehensive knowledge of the recreational sports program and an understanding of its place and value in education and society

Duties and responsibilities of an administrator and how these are performed .

Camping leadership and outdoor education principles with implications for management, planning of, and interpretation in recreation areas as well as for policy development.

Off-campus course that provides materials and experiences not available in the classroom. exposure to issues, trends, and concerns relevant to outdoor recreation, resource management, and the delivery of programs and services in outdoor environments. Public, private non-profits and commercial agencies experienced through a series of field trips, lectures, group exercises, and other experiential-based activities

Research and evaluation procedures and techniques applicable to assessing recreation and leisure service programs, participants, administrative structures, and resources. Emphasis on beginning and completing a "real-world" evaluation project

Social/psychological concepts concerning leisure and sport participation behavior in various types of leisure and sport settings. Range of different theoretical perspectives and behavioral concepts underlying pertinent research.

 + Choose 5 Specialization Modules to have MBA in Leisure Studies

 

1) Community Development through Leisure, Sport, and Tourism

  • Explores and utilizes sustainable practices to assess, develop, implement, and evaluate tourism’s potential contribution to, or detraction from, the quality of life for communities through existing systematic approaches utilizing community development and evaluative frameworks. Examines economic, environmental, socio-cultural, and political impacts on community tourism development within the community tourism development context

2) Campus Recreation

  • For those wishing to acquire a specific and comprehensive knowledge of the recreational sports program and an understanding of its place and value in education and society

3) Organization and Administration of Leisure, Sport, and Tourism

  • Duties and responsibilities of an administrator and how these are performed .

4) Outdoor Environmental Education

  • Camping leadership and outdoor education principles with implications for management, planning of, and interpretation in recreation areas as well as for policy development

5) Outdoor Recreation Workshop

  • Off-campus course that provides materials and experiences not available in the classroom. exposure to issues, trends, and concerns relevant to outdoor recreation, resource management, and the delivery of programs and services in outdoor environments. Public, private non-profits and commercial agencies experienced through a series of field trips, lectures, group exercises, and other experiential-based activities

6) Evaluation of Leisure, Sport, and Tourism

  • Research and evaluation procedures and techniques applicable to assessing recreation and leisure service programs, participants, administrative structures, and resources. Emphasis on beginning and completing a “real-world” evaluation project

7) Behavioral Concepts in Leisure and Sport

  • Social/psychological concepts concerning leisure and sport participation behavior in various types of leisure and sport settings. Range of different theoretical perspectives and behavioral concepts underlying pertinent research

The European International University (EIU-Paris), is a private higher education establishment authorized by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research, and Innovation, in accordance to and in compliance with the French Education Act: Code de l’Education Articles L 444-1 to 444-11 and R 444-1 to 444-28.

EIU-Paris is also internationally accredited by the Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges and Universities (ASIC). EIU is accredited with Premier University status by ASIC, UK, since 2nd October 2018. ASIC is recognized by UKVI in the UK, is a member of the CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) in the USA and is listed in their International Directory. It is also a member of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), an affiliate of European Network for Quality Assurance (ENQA) and an institutional member of European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN).

EIU-Paris has also obtained accreditation candidacy status, and is currently pursuing programmatic accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), United States.

The European International University is further audited and quality assured, as well as ranked, by internationally acclaimed bodies such as QS, ACBSP, ECBE, BGA, ATHEA, and CEOWORLD Magazine.

For more information about EIU-Paris Recognition and Accreditation, please visit https://eiu.ac/recognition-and-accreditation/

The grading system is defined as follows:

 Pass: 
 Higher   Distinction 90-100%
 Distinction 80-89%
 First Division 70-79%
 Second   Division 60-69%
 Satisfactory 50-59%
 Fail: 
 Unsatisfactory 49% and below

To request for a hard copy award, please contact: award@eiu.ac

CERTIFIED COURSE-BY-COURSE FOREIGN ACADEMIC EVALUATION (U.S. EQUIVALENCY):

EIU's M.B.A. degree has been reviewed and evaluated against U.S. standards and is certified to be equivalent to an M.B.A. degree conferred by Regionally Accredited Universities in the United States.

This means that the EIU M.B.A. degree meets full or partial requirements for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) promulgated by the United States Dept. of Homeland Security. Additionally, the EIU M.B.A. degree also meets requirements for continuing education and/or employment in the U.S.

This evaluation is done following guidelines set by AACROA evaluation guidelines, as well as, based on best practices promulgated by The Association for International Credential Evaluation Professionals (TAICEP), the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals (NAGAP), The European Association for International Education (EAIE), and the Association of International Educators (NAFSA).

To see a sample of the CERTIFIED COURSE-BY-COURSE ACADEMIC EVALUATION (U.S. Equivalency) document for EIU degree, click here



DISCLAIMER

This specialization is currently offered by our partner, VISION INSTITUTE (in collaboration with CEO BUSINESS SCHOOL) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)