Technology and analytics are reshaping the entire sports world, but gaining a competitive advantage takes a keen understanding of these innovations and the business opportunities they present.

In order to prepare the next generation of sports industry leaders, Stevens Institute of Technology has partnered with Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea to offer students a unique opportunity to earn two cutting-edge degrees in just 16 months.

This two-degree program allows students to pair a master’s in Sports Technologies and Digital Transformation from Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea with an MBA from the Stevens School of Business. Going forward, students will have the option to choose from one of three Stevens degrees: an MBA, a master’s in Business Intelligence & Analytics or a master’s in Information Systems. 

Students take their core business classes through Stevens, which offers both online and on-campus options. They'll take a total of five courses through Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea, including three courses during the summer session in Madrid, which also includes an internship with the club and entry into the exclusive White Week event.

Currently accepting applications for our incoming Fall 2021 class.

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Partnership with Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea

The partnership between Stevens Institute of Technology and Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea provides students with a global perspective on technology's impact on the sports industry. 

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About the School

Real Madrid Graduate School-Universidad Europea is an international education project that was created in 2006 as the first post-graduate center specializing in the sports industry. The mission of the School is to promote education, research and professionalization at a national and international level in every area and aspect of sports, a project that is the only of its kind in the area of education. During this 2020-2021 academic year, students of over 50 nationalities are training at the Madrid campus in 25 master's degree programs.