Welcome on board!


Applications : 7 January to 31 May 2019

You must preregister online and then send an application form, together with CV, cover letter (key targets and aspirations) and letter of recommendation from an employer, national association, former club or person in sport.
The UEFA MIP team is here to help you during the entire application process. Moreover, we are organising two information sessions (at the UEFA Champions League final in Madrid and the 2018/19 UEFA season kick-off in Monaco), where you can ask questions or meet us in private to discuss the programme.

Interviews and final selection during the induction day: 
3 October 2019, UEFA HQ, Switzerland

Shortlisted applicants will be invited at UEFA HQ for an interview before the UEFA MIP team makes its final decision on admissions.
Session 1 at UEFA HQ in Nyon, Switzerland, from 4 to 7 November 2019 kicks off the UEFA MIP adventure.
Who can apply?
To be eligible for this executive master’s programme, applicants must meet the following criteria:
• have been an international player (senior national team, or long career with a European top-division club with at least one appearance in a European club competition), or be an ex-professional who already holds a position of seniority in a sport organisation;
• be educated to degree level or have equivalent relevant experience;
• have a command of English at the level necessary to study at the master’s level.
The UEFA MIP programme welcomes applications from former elite female players and athletes who have competed at the highest level in sports other than football.
Course fee
• The UEFA MIP costs €27,000 (including all course materials and lunches).
• Please note that this fee does not include travel and accommodation.
• UEFA encourages applications from men and women from all leagues and countries in Europe, and can provide scholarships where necessary.
Please contact UEFA for more details about the financial support available.
Please contact UEFA for more details about the financial support available.