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 Be a part of the E-Sports Ecosystem with Metropolitan Community College


Program Description

The International E-sport Management diploma program provides students with the opportunity to turn their passion for playing video games into a great viable career in the E-sport industry which has grown at a tremendous pace over the past decade.  As the industry continues to evolve and grow at an increasing rate, the career prospects and the need for industry leading professionals is also growing.  In order to satisfy the need for high-end leaders in the E-sport industry, the International E-sport Management Program is uniquely designed to train and educate students of the history, development, concept, culture and management of E-sport teams and related organizations.  Graduates are prepared to take part in this fast-growing industry and are able to choose to seek further education or take a variety of career opportunities upon completion of the program.    

Program Highlights

The first E-sport management academic program in British Columbia


Intensive in learning, yet flexible in scheduling

Both academic and career oriented

Unique program design with real-life E-sport competition project management and organization

State of the art simulation and training facilities

Team-based teaching and discussion sessions throughout the program

Program Overview

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Two (2) Years

Twenty (20) Courses

Sixty (60) Credits

1,600 Hours


Vancouver Main Campus

900 - 549 Howe Street

Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6C 2C2

Fall (September - December)

Spring (January - April)

Summer I (May-June)

Summer II (July-August)

*The program is currently under review by PTIB and the information contained in this brochure is subject to change without notice. 

  We welcome all interested parties to register on our waitlist and we will notify all registrants with updates of the program offering.

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