About the Course

Fire Up Your Passion for Sports to Attain a Dynamic Career

Get ready to be a part of our unique programme that explores and combines sport studies and business management with hands-on experiences and real-world case studies that will prepare you for a career in the vibrant sports industry. Through active engagement with our lecturers, you will be equipped with the professional expertise and essential industry knowledge to build a valuable portfolio, which is indispensable in today’s dynamic sporting world. 

You will also be given opportunities to manage and operate real-life businesses that serve as platforms for applied learning. Your training will include enhanced internships where you will receive meaningful work assignments and industry exposure to acquire skills that will better prepare you for the workplace.

What You'll Study

  • Career Prospects

    Look forward to a dynamic and rewarding career in:

    • Event management companies
    • Fitness or lifestyle gyms
    • Golf & country clubs
    • National sport associations
    • Schools
    • Sports or community clubs
    • Voluntary welfare or non-profit organisations
    • Wellness centres
  • Further Studies

    The programme has gained wide recognition by many universities and institutions of higher learning. Many graduates have successfully completed their degree studies at universities offering advanced standing and credit transfers for admission into their degree programmes both locally and abroad. Graduates with good academic achievements may be accepted for general degree courses by local institutions of higher learning at advanced entry levels.

Did You Know?

DSWM student, Martina Veloso, flies Singapore’s flag high in world shooting arena

Martina Veloso is our current Diploma in Sport and Wellness Management (DSWM) student who enrolled in 2016. She won Singapore's first shooting gold at the 2017 SEA Games and also represented Singapore in the ISSF World Cup, Youth Olympics, and Commonwealth Games. She is currently one of the world’s best and most promising talent in shooting.

Her passion for shooting started at the young age of 11, and she has since had to endure the tough journey of training 5 times a week. She is grateful to her lecturers and mentors who have given her full support and guidance. She is also thankful to have peers who are always cheering for her. All this has helped her to enjoy her learning experience at NYP. 

DSWM student, DineshRaj Naidu, our very own National Hockey player

DineshRaj Naidu is our very own National Hockey player and is also our current Diploma in Sport and Wellness Management (DSWM) student who enrolled in 2016. He represented Singapore in the recent 2017 SEA Games and won a bronze medal.

Dinesh has been able to excel in his studies with the help and support of his lecturers, mentors and peers. The school has also translated its course modules to equip him with the necessary knowledge for his national representation, thus enabling him to achieve greater heights in his sport.

 In Dinesh’s words, “Education and sports is always parallel. If you can excel in sports, I don't see why you can’t do the same in your education.”

SBM & SW are jointly supporting the “In My Shoes” project in NYP

In My Shoes is a movement founded by Dipna Lim-Prasad (National Athlete) and James Walton (Deloitte S’pore) to take unwanted sports shoes and redistribute them to those in need. The movement started by sharing shoes from our Team Singapore national athletes with underprivileged children, but is about more than giving shoes: it's also about giving opportunities for an active lifestyle, better health and wellbeing and a brighter future. We hope the stories of what the donors accomplished 'In My Shoes' will help inspire the recipients – their new solemates – to dream of what they too will achieve.

In the course of our work, we have encountered NYP students who express difficulty buying a suitable pair of sports shoes for use for the FFL module. We also know some students who face financial issues and a new pair of sports shoes is not among their priorities. The project entails placing an “In My Shoes” donation drop-box at BodyWatch Gym for students, staff and/or the public to donate their “pre-loved” or new shoes.

In this regard, there is every possibility that “In My Shoes” will donate sports shoes to (identified) NYP needy students if they are eligible.

DSWM students will put up posters and conduct road shows to help publicise the movement and encourage participation from NYP students and staff. The drop-box will be available in NYP from August 2017 to May 2018.