Individual and Team Sport Science  Scienza, tecnica e didattica dello sport

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field LM-68 Sport science and technology
Application and Admission Open with entry requirements examination. How to apply.
Course Duration 2 years
Course Attendance Mandatory
Course Language Italian
Course Location via Celoria 20 - Milano
via Pascal 36 - Milano
via Golgi 19 - Milano
via Colombo, 71 - Milano
via Kramer 4/a - Milano
via V. Peroni 21 - Milano
LITA via F.lli Cervi 93 - Segrate (MI)
Training: Centro Sportivo Comunale "Saini" - via Corelli 136 - Milano
Head of Studies Giampietro Alberti
Course Website Programme Description



Course Objectives

The course is designed to equip graduates with a broad sphere of competences in the field of elite and general sports.

The course provides graduates with the knowledge and skills required to produce and modernise sports activities for all age groups, with particular reference to high-level sports, in relation to the educational, methodological and technical aspects of the various disciplines.

The curriculum also equips students with theoretic and methodological competences in optimal lifestyle management for sportsmen and women.

Graduates also possess the managerial skills required to deal with the preparation, coordination and management of sporting events.



Career and Employment

 The most pertinent career opportunities open to graduates are:

  • the management of and assistance with scientific projects and facilities used for sports
  • training adolescents in a range of competitive and non-competitive sports
  • training adults and the elderly in a range of sports, including competitive sports
  • the application of functional evaluation methodologies and techniques for sports activities in all individuals, irrespective of age, gender and level of athletic training
  • the planning and organisation of sports activities, also through the use of specific equipment and facilities
  • the organisation and coordination of competitive and amateur sports events
  • the management and promotion of scientific research applied to motor activities, both publicly and privately
  • the running, management, planning and coordination of sports activities, from the recreational to the professional.