I do not believe there is a required amount of education or a license to be a sports agent. Anyone can allow you to be their agent and negotiate for them if they want. However, because of the skills needed to perform the tasks, and what the industry and prospective clients would expect and have confidence in someone representing them to have, most agents are attorneys. Frequently with specialized legal training in that area - employment law, sports or entertainment law, maybe accounting too. Hence: At least an undergraduate degree sufficent to get one into a Law school, then complete and obtain a Law degree (generally a J.D), and then some advanced certification in the field. finally, the personality to attract clients and succeed in getting them good deals and manage/promote their affairs - perhaps well after they leave sports and enter a business or other type of field.
Many professional sports look to the colleges for players. In reality you don't need a college education to play basketball, but getting a degree is smart and it is in the college sports program that a person can become a better player.
To become a sports doctor you need to go to high school,collage, and medical school.
You should be in a regular college prep program. You should attempt to be involved in as many sports as possible.
For the education they are probably equal but the strictness at St Edmund Arrowsmith in comparison with Haydock Sports College is probably more.
you have to play for a sports team to become a talent scout it takes years of experience, you have to eye the best players from high school and college
In the United States, to become a board certified Sports medicine physician, one must complete high school, undergraduate education, medical school, 3-4 years of residency and then a 1 or 2 year fellowship in Sports medicine.
I think, you need to take up Bacherlor courses in Education major in Physical Education. It's only my opinion. Try to ask your friends or your parents. Do you want to become a sports agent in the future? Good luck.
The popular High School and College Sports are Rugby,Football and Hockey. Not Soccer as much.
While it is good to be well-rounded for college (especially if you are going in for sports or applying for a sports scholarship), if you play three different sports, it may be hard to keep up with school work and maintain a steady GPA. You will need to learn to balance your schedule between school and sports, and always remember that your education comes first.
Sports announcers usually were sports players in college. Therefore, they could have taken any thing from political science to education.
yes, everyone even the greats have to finish high school and 99.99% of them finished college even in other sports
Sports, you have lots of them. Cricket is a sport but PE is playing sports
When a school has 7 men's sports and 7 women's sports.
Whickham school and sports college
you become a more rounded individual, you can socialize with ur peers, and it looks good on college applications
you dont have to go any years you just have to graduate from high school and get an diploma
Depends on the place you are living in . In general it takes 20 years of education . That is doing school, high school and getting a degree.
You would have to become certified. You can become certified through a trade school, college (university, community, or other wise) or online courses.
To become a sports medicine specialist you need to do medical studies first, then specialize in the field of Sports.
Willenhall School Sports College's motto is 'Dum tempus habemus'.
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