Roseanna Keogh, Bachelor of Business in Recreation & Sports Management graduate, describes her positive, enjoyable and happy experience at WIT
“My time in Waterford IT has been a thoroughly enjoyable and rewarding experience. The whole college from staff, students, clubs and student life in general has left a positive an lasting impression on me which I am delighted to have been apart of.
The lecturers in the course provide a great support to the students and were always on hand to give advice or help whenever needed. They were accessible to students at any time and were completely understanding of the pressures of student life.
The subject areas covered in the course are applicable to the industry and provide each individual with an in depth understanding of the industry. They are delivered in a way which makes them interesting and relatable to the students.
The atmosphere within the college in general is a positive one which makes students feel at ease with both lecturers and peers. The college offers an extensive list of clubs and societies and the support staff that work with each club help to make the experience all the more enjoyable for each individual.
Overall my time in WIT was a positive and happy one. I am proud to say I attended the college and feel fully prepared for life outside of college. I have many options and doors open to me from completing this course and would recommend it to anyone wishing to study within this subject area.”
Study the Bachelor of Business Recreation & Sport Management at WIT
The Bachelor of Business in Recreation and Sport Management is a three year, level-7 degree course which provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills to work in the wider Sport, leisure and business industry.
The Bachelor of Business in Recreation and Sport Management offers a number of unique features, which include; the Bachelor of Business degree which the student will graduate with. A 14-week placement which the student will complete in year two of the course, as well as practical features. Each student also has the opportunity to choose an elective, which means the student may specialize in a certain area.
Students who enrol in this course can expect to study modules such as; Sport Pedagogy, Human Resource Management and Exercise Physiology.
If certain criteria is met, students have the option to complete an add on year to the Recreation & Sport Management which will give the student a level-8 degree.