RIASA students will study at the Headingley Campus of Leeds Beckett University, pictured above.
All classrooms are equipped with the latest technology including smart boards. Wireless internet is available on site.
Classes will be held in Fairfax Hall on the campus and in close proximity to residence of RIASA students.
Students will find a wide range of print and electronic resources to support their learning and research, through the Library online web pages.
The Library offers access to over 300,000 books and multimedia resources and almost 40,000 journals and newspapers.
Staff and students can also access a collection of ebooks and many other web-based electronic information services, alongside online subject guides and tutorials.
The Library Catalog may be accessed via any Library PC, from staff offices via the University’s network, and remotely over the internet from home or workplace.
The academic program will be delivered in accordance with US accreditation standards by Richmond, The American International University in London, which holds independent accreditation from three separate agencies; The Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the British Accreditation Council and The Open University.
The degree program reflects the main strands of the University’s mission, its commitment to liberal arts, multiculturalism, and to the employability of its graduates. Leadership is an integrating and unifying theme throughout the degree program, which prepares students for careers in the global workplace.
The BA Degree in Business Administration: International Sports Management provides a multidisciplinary approach to managing in the global economy, including understanding of cultural diversity, the theory and political economy of international trade and foreign investment, the global monetary system, and the strategy of international business, as well as specialist sports subjects such as Sports Finance, Law, and Marketing.
The Liberal Arts Core Curriculum program is based on the US liberal arts educational philosophy that the most important aspect of becoming well-educated is to have a broad knowledge. Thus the first three semesters in this program encourage exploration of a wide range of subjects and skills.