In recent years there has been positive growth in the special export courses offered in the US and Europe. Universities in North America offer scholarships in the subject, a recognized personality invested in when NBA star Tony Parker founded his esports academy in France and leading organizations such as the British Sports Association launched the world’s first qualifiers for BTEC esports.
However, the lessons that sport can offer in a broader sense go beyond professional qualifications. The qualities needed to pursue a career in an industry, and the opportunities for such a career, can be great motivators for the next generation in one of the most uncertain and challenging moments for teens looking to their future.
Could this pivotal moment in the history of our global education system, put into effect online in recent months, be a turning point that actually recognizes the broader benefits of technology, perhaps particularly the benefits of digital phenomena such as sports, for students everywhere?
This is certainly a problem on the minds of industry leaders around the world and will be on the agenda for major B2B sports events such as Esports BAR + America this month. This conference is the first all-in-one online event in a series of BAR Esports business meetings.
“Not only that, the discipline needed to develop esports will greatly benefit students of all subjects, and motivation that can inspire professional ambition can be a tremendous incentive for students to become resilient. Indeed, this may be the time to build stronger relationships. between esports and education, which is why we’re excited to talk about it at the upcoming BAR Esports event. “”
A prominent and respected instructor will attend Esports BAR + America September 22-25. Anita Elbers, Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School in Lincoln, Philn, will deliver the keynote address. Elberse develops and teaches the MBA “Entertainment, Media and Sports Business”, which is one of the most popular courses in the curriculum of world-renowned schools.
Having recently written a case for ninja, his speech at the digital conference “How To Thrive In The Entertainment Industry” will discuss the importance of education for a successful career in the entertainment industry, with exports rising as one of the top incomes for the entertainment industry. . general.
With brands and institutions focused on developing gaming and programming skills, this sport can offer a unique opportunity for students to build strong academic skills and move the next generation toward achievable and attractive careers with real appeal and potential for sustainable development. Prepare for the future. front.
As Harbers Elbers himself said: “The impact of digital technology is creating bigger brands and bigger superstars.” And it is not only the stars of the future who can promote a stronger sporting presence in education. With other exciting career paths open to future artists in the sports industry, from ambitious developers to specialist lawyers and journalists to analysts and marketers, there is much that can motivate students to consider their opportunities for further education and higher education.