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ICMS Talented Sports Student back from ICC U19 Cricket World Cup

ICMS Talented Sports Student back from ICC U19 Cricket World Cup

March 3, 2022

The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) congratulates student Lachlan Shaw for his inclusion in the Australian U19 side that competed at the recent ICC U19 Cricket World Cup.

Shaw is a King’s School Old Boy and is currently in his second year of an ICMS Bachelor of Business (Sports Management) degree.

The ICC U19 Cricket World Cup

The ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup is an international cricket tournament organised by the International Cricket Council and contested by national under-19 teams. According to Australia’s under-19 coach, Anthony Clark, the team was comprised of players from diverse disciplines in the domestic cricket realm.  Clarke, asserts each player exhibited exemplary performances throughout the season’s cricket competitions, thereby proving their ability and their deserved position on this national team.

The international limited-overs cricket tournament, which Shaw played in, was held in the West Indies in January and February 2022. Out of 16 teams competing from around the world, the Australian U19 team placed third in the tournament, behind England in second place and India as the winners.

“It was an amazing experience playing against some of the best cricketers in the world at U19 level,” Shaw, a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper, said.

“The places that the squad went to, and memories shared together, was a life changing experience and one that will always be remembered. I’m very grateful for the opportunity.”

Dr Trevor Clark, ICMS Dean (Undergraduate), who has himself built a successful career around his passion for sport ​performance and tertiary education, has this message for Lachlan; “Well done Lachlan. You’ve chosen a great field of study that aligns well with your sporting talent and future ambitions. The faculty at ICMS congratulates you on your inclusion at the ICC u19 Cricket World Cup and wishes you a long and rewarding cricket and professional career.”

Watch the Match Highlights of IND v AUS at the ICC u19 Men’s cricket World Cup 2022 here.

For more information on the 2022 ICC U19 Cricket World Cup, click here: https://www.icc-cricket.com/u19-world-cup/

Bachelor of Business (Sports Management)

You can make a career out of your passion for sport by studying sports management – the business end of sports and recreation.

The ICMS Bachelor of Business (Sports Management) gets you to wherever there is sport – which is just about everywhere. From athlete and facilities management to marketing and finance, a Bachelor of Business (Sports Management) will prepare you for a leadership role in this ever-evolving and intensely exciting business environment.

Subjects focus on core business skills with the addition of specialised sports management subjects.

Business subjects include sales and marketing; agile leadership, collaboration and managing people; strategic planning and innovative problem solving; and financial literacy. In your specialisation subjects you will be exposed to the global sports industry and gain insights into those areas of sport management vital for a successful career in this most exciting of industries.

Sports management and business subjects are supplemented by elective subjects from a range of business areas. Your choices include electives in marketing, international tourism, entrepreneurship, hospitality management and event management. This allows you to enhance your degree with subjects that reflect your interests and ambitions.

Learn more here: https://www.icms.edu.au/courses/undergraduate/bachelor-business-sports-management/

ICMS is big enough to connect you, whilst still small enough to connect with you. What this means is that ICMS has a network of industry partners that you have access to select from to enrich your learning experience. Bachelors as well as Masters students at ICMS receive the advantage of gaining professional development and industry related experience all before you graduate. This is achieved through the Work Integrated Internship whereby students receive training for CV readiness preparation, interview skills, and career guidance consultations between you, the student and a professional from the WIL team.

Students are assisted by the dedicated team Work Integrated Learning team with finding their internship placement in a career and company that suits their interests and passions. You will then undergo an internship with our industry partner over the course of your final two trimesters. ICMS has strong network connections with over 1000 industry partners and for many students, these internships translate into employment post-graduation, with almost 90% of ICMS  students employed in their field of study.

Watch this to understand how we provide you with the practical experience you need to advance your career.

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