[Forum] Dream Together Seoul Forum 2017
‘Dream Together Seoul Forum 2017’ focused on “Olympic Legacy and Sustainability” to promote....
[Forum] 2016 Dream Together Seoul Forum
This year’s forum was an optimum place to share and discuss future strategies and to present sport...
[2016 Dream Together Plus] Day 4
On October 25th, Dream Together Master Program 1st and 2nd batch alumni has been invited back to...
[Special Lecture] Mr. Eric Saintrond
“The International University Sport Movement Inspiring the Sport Leaders of Tomorrow”
SNU signs MOU with the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC)
The Division of Global Sport Management Talent Development at Seoul National University (GSM-SNU) ...
Dream Together Master
- 2018. May 16 14:00- Special Lecture-LEE Hee-beom (President of the PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games)
- 2017. Nov 17 10:00-12:00 Special Lecture-Olivier Niggli(Director General of World Anti Doping Agency)
- 2017. Nov 24 13:30- Dream Together Seoul Forum 2017
Dream Together Master
[Class] Module 26 Sport Policy
The main purpose of this class is to provide both a theoretical and practical understanding of sport and human development. Students will develop their abilities to synthesize and integrate knowledge of human resource management and organizational behavior, particularly from a leadership perspective, with international sport management practices. Various topics will be discussed to synthesize and integrate knowledge of human resource management and organizational behavior. Date : July 9 – July 13, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 9 : Sport Development & Cooperation Module 26 : Sport & Human Development Professor : Yukyoum KIM (Department of Physical Education, Seoul National University, REPUBLIC OF KOREA)
Jul. 16. 2018
[Class]Module 25 Sport Policy
The aim of the module is to develop a critical understanding of the policy process in relation to sport, and it provides an understanding of the concept of policy and the nature of interests and power in the policy process. The module will also examine the significance of international policy actors for domestic/national policy processes and review a range of macro-level and meso-level theories of the policy process in order to equip students with a conceptual language and knowledge of a range of analytical frameworks to enable them to conduct analysis of sport policy in both developing and developed countries. Date : July 2 – 6, 2018 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71-1 Room 212 Theme 9 : Sport Development & Cooperation Module 25 : Sport Policy Professor : Barrie Houlihan (School of Sport, Exercise, and Health Sciences, Loughborough University, UNITED KINGDOM)
Jul. 06. 2018
[Field Trip] Professional Baseball Game (LG Twins vs KIA Tigers)
The number of spectators is growing every year, and Korean baseball is now the most popular sport as millions of spectators come to the stadium. Dream Together Master 5th batch students went on a field trip to Jamsil Stadium, a home of LG Twins, to watch a Korean professional baseball game (LG Twins vs KIA Tigers). This was a great chance not only to experience cheering culture, facility administration, and sports marketing strategies, but also to apply what students have learned in the class to sport field. By participating the events for the fans and analyzing the marketing factors of the teams, students could apply classroom learning to the real-world problems and situations. Date: June 15th, 2018 (Friday) Venue: Jamsil Stadium
Jun. 18. 2018
[Class] Module 24 Sport Arbitration
The aim of this Module is to provide the student with a basic theoretical and practical knowledge and understanding of the settlement of sports-related disputes, both sporting and commercial ones, particularly those with an international dimension, through the process of arbitration. Date : June 11 – 15, 2017 Venue : Seoul National University Building 71- Room 212 Theme 8 : Sport Law & Arbitration Module 24 : Sport Arbitration Professor : Ian Blackshaw (International Sports Law Centre of the TMC Asser Institute, Hague, NETHERLANDS)
Jun. 15. 2018