The teachers of the subject of administration and organization at the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences for Girls, University of Baghdad, Dr. Sondos Musa and Prof. Dr. Nibal Karim, sponsored by the Dean of the College, Prof. Dr. Fatima Abdel Maleh, organized a scientific debate on the subject of modern sports management concepts among master’s degree students of our college and master’s students at the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Al-Mustansiriya University.

The debate, which included creating an atmosphere of competition among students, aimed to ask each other mutual questions in order to increase information specialized in various sports sciences, for the purpose of exchanging ideas and proposals to benefit from them in their scientific and practical fields, to develop research skills that contribute to the labor market and community service.

Eventually, the Dean of the College awarded letters of thanks and appreciation to the corresponding college, wishing everyone success and more progress and giving in service of the scientific process in Iraq.

This debate achieves one of the sustainable development goals, represented by the fourth goal: quality education, and the seventeenth goal: establishing partnerships to achieve the goals.

The teachers of the subject of administration and organization at the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences for Girls, University of Baghdad, Dr. Sondos Musa and Prof. Dr. Nibal Karim, sponsored by the Dean of the College, Prof. Dr. Fatima Abdel Maleh, organized a scientific debate on the subject of modern sports management concepts among master’s degree students of our college and master’s students at the College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Al-Mustansiriya University.

The debate, which included creating an atmosphere of competition among students, aimed to ask each other mutual questions in order to increase information specialized in various sports sciences, for the purpose of exchanging ideas and proposals to benefit from them in their scientific and practical fields, to develop research skills that contribute to the labor market and community service.

Eventually, the Dean of the College awarded letters of thanks and appreciation to the corresponding college, wishing everyone success and more progress and giving in service of the scientific process in Iraq.

This debate achieves one of the sustainable development goals, represented by the fourth goal: quality education, and the seventeenth goal: establishing partnerships to achieve the goals.

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