We are proud of our students and alumni! Many showed one day after another that they could balance sports and studies. As you can see there are successful (ex) athletes and sport passionate individuals that have challenging jobs within sports, or they benefit from their education to continue studying.
Johan Cruyff Institute - International Master of Sport Management
This study program is delivered in English.
More experiences from our students:
Bibian Mentel is Ready for Sochi
Ryan Pelley from Canada on a remarkable sport assignment on the tiny island of St Helena.
John van Echtelt - student 2011-12 - is inspired by the Olympics and its' effect on society
Herbert Cool, Netherlands, practicing biathlon in Germany, balancing sports and studies
Jochem Uytdehaage, Netherlands, former ice skater, Gold Salt Lake City, now managing his own foundation to support athletes
Albert Sala from Spain, played Field Hockey in the Netherlands, won Silver at the Olympics
Per Kyrk-Astemo from Sweden, now works as a manager at his former football club
> More testimonials from alumni of the International Master of Sport Management: Marieke Enkt, Paul Toes, Maud Mulder, Jochem Schellens, Jan-Kees Mons
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Lars Hemkes, Netherlands, Working for UEFA in Switzerland
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Akwasi Frimpong, Ghana/Netherlands, running, who went to the States after doing the Johan Cruyff College
Danny Nelissen, working for Eurosport and former professional cyclist: "After investigating several MBA programs, I decided to do the International Master of Sport Management (MISM) ‘at Cruyff’, because of the sport related and practical approach. It was an enriching experience. Easy things are easy to achieve, but are rarely a challenge. The MISM was daring. To have challenges in your life is really important. They keep you alive."
Laura van Velzen, alumnus Master in Coaching : “Having a personal coach allows flexibility. It provides you with an opportunity to work on personal areas of development. This approach enriches your personal journey to improve yourself as a person and as a coach.”