B.A. Sport, Adventure and Expressive Movement

Sport and movement play an increasingly important role in today’s society. As a result, new types of sport have sprung up in addition to the traditional forms of sport. The degree course “Sport, Adventure and Expressive Movement” has taken this diversity into account by offering a wide-comprehensive range of sports and by preparing its students for innovative fields of work after graduating. 

Target group

Students who are very active and interested in sport and who would like to teach people how to improve their skills in sport, enjoy sport and movement and lead a healthy lifestyle. 

Degree aims and content

In addition to gaining sound knowledge in scientific and medical areas, students acquire teaching, organisational and social skills. The contents of the degree programme promote the development of a wide range of practical skills in sport. Students of the B.A. in Sport, Adventure and Expressive Movement can choose from three majors:

  1. Leisure and sport for all
  2. Outdoor sport / sport tourism
  3. Artistic / creative movement

Graduates of this degree are able to plan, implement and evaluate diverse sport courses. 

Job perspectives

A Bachelor´s degree is the first qualification which qualifies for direct entry into the job market. There are many interesting job openings for graduates of the B.A. in Sport, Adventure and Expressive Movement. They range from typically sport-centred institutions such as sports clubs, schools of sport, sport and dance studios, various leisure-based organisations and educational establishments in the public sector to the tourism and event branch. Graduates will also have learnt about aspects of setting up their own business. The successful completion of the B.A. in Sport, Adventure and Expressive Movement entitles graduates to apply for a master’s course of study, which in turn, can expand on or complement previous knowledge, depending on the programme.


6 semester

180 Credit Points

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Commencement of studies
Winter and summer semester 

Language of instruction

Application process

Physical aptitude test

Module handbooks & other study documents

Further information

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