School of Sport and Service Management

Courses join forces for field trips

Students from the school’s Sport Journalism, International Event Management, International Tourism Management, International Travel Management and Sport Management courses were united last week for two field trips: Wimbledon

Sport Journalism tie-in with GiveMeSport

Excellent news for the course. We’ve come to a partnership arrangement with GiveMeSport, one the UK’s fastest growing sports websites.

The Conversation

Simon Mcennis, senior lecturer at the School of Sport and Service Management​, writes for The Conversation on Why Premier League away prices will fall after record TV rights deal. Read the article

Senior Lecturer writes for The Conversation

Simon McEnnis, sports media academic and professional sports journalist who lectures across Sport and Media MA and Sport Journalism and Sport Studies BA(Hons) programmes has had an article published today on The Conversation. His article Journalists need support and time if they are to fully engage with readers can be read here.

A Second Edition and a New Cover

Routledge are publishing a second edition of Sport Journalism: A Multimedia Primer by Sport Journalism co-course leader Rob Steen.

Sport Journalism student reaches competition final

Sport Journalism student Harriet Fuller fought her way to the final six of the Tipstar competition run by Racing UK and The Sun.

Mark Steel makes a guest appearance!

Comic, broadcaster and author Mark Steel took time out from a 47-date nationwide tour to make a guest appearance at the School of Sport and Service Management.

Shadow Minister For Sport visit

Report by Sport Journalism student, Jack Haynes On Thursday November 7 Clive Efford, Shadow Minister for Sport and Tourism and MP for Eltham, visited the School of Sport and Service Management on a wide-ranging fact-finding mission, meeting with staff and students.

Course leader shortlisted!

Sport Journalism co-course leader Rob Steen has made the shortlist for the 2014 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award. Floodlights and Touchlines: A History of Spectator Sport, published by Bloomsbury in June, is the second of Rob’s books to make the William Hill shortlist – he won the silver medal in 1991 for…

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Course leader in running for book award

Floodlights and Touchlines: A History of Spectator Sport, the latest book by Rob Steen, co-leader of the Sport Journalism BA (Hons) course, is in the running for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award. Rob’s book is one of 15 titles longlisted for the prestigious award. The longlist will be reduced to a…

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