Montpellier, the sports capital!
Montpellier plays at the highest level of the French sports world. The city has held the title of “Montpellier, the Sports Capital” since 2018 thanks to its sporting elite in soccer, handball, rugby, basketball, volleyball, ice hockey and softball clubs.
In Montpellier, women’s sports are as important as men’s, and professional sports nourish amateur sports, including outdoor recreational activities. This is demonstrated by the fact that the city has hosted world competitions like the women’s Soccer World Cup in 2019 and the Rugby World Cup in 2023.
Sports for all!
To promote sports for all, the city has enlarged its palette of sports activities with the Vegapolis ice rink and the La Valette canoe/kayak base. Not to mention water sports by the sea. The FISE (International Festival of Extreme Sports) adds the final touch with urban sports, for which Montpellier is not only the French capital but also hosts a leg of the world circuit.
*Source: 2020/2021 graduate employment survey, 6 months after earning Level 7 certification – Updated December 2022 for all AMOS campuses.
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News from the AMOS Montpellier campus
See the interviews of our students in the field, the testimonials of our alumni, the new partnerships signed with local sports organizations, etc.
Interview Bastien Hibon, Expert Insights: Focus Branding09/11/23
Interview with Titouan, 1st international experience at AMOS London30/10/23
GSBM AMOS students at the Sports Tech Nation 2022 in Tel-Aviv04/10/23
Alumni interview, Workforce manager, FIFA 2022 World Cup04/10/23
Alumni interview, one-year experience in Qatar, 2022 FIFA World Cup04/10/23
Priceless professional experiences for our students, AMOS London04/10/23