At the end of the course, the student is be able to
- Demonstrate the level at which the student has mastered the competencies (14).
- Indicate in a systematic way how the competences yet to be acquired, will be acquired.
- Translate how the competencies acquired in top sport are an added value to the professional field of Business Economics.
The bachelor of Business Economics offers the student the course Topsport Acquired Competencies if the student meets one of the following conditions:
In this course, the student shows to what extent he or she has masters the following competencies: 1) focus attention, 2) adaptability, 3) optimal balance of top-class sport & other development, 4) take decisions, 5) communicate, 6) work in a goal-oriented manner, 7) perseverance, 8) set limits and monitor them, 9) reflect on development and performance, 10) plan, 11) perform under pressure, 12) problem-solving ability, 13) work in a process-oriented manner, and 14) self-confidence. The student determines the level at which the competence is currently mastered (level 1, 2, or 3) and what steps the student must take in order to achieve the next level of mastery. The student is assigned a supervisor who gives feedback on progress. There are three meetings: at the beginning, halfway and at the end of the course. A meeting lasts about one hour and the student submits the input on which feedback should be given about five working days prior to the appointment. In principle, the course is followed in semester 1 of year 3 of the Bachelor of Business Economics, but in consultation with the dual career officer, it can also be followed in another semester.
- Top athletes who have been awarded an A, B, High Potential status by the NOC*NSF.
- Top sports talents who have been awarded IT, NT or Promise status by a sports association affiliated to the NOC*NSF.