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10 January 2013

Between the 11-14th of June 2013, the FISU Rectors' Forum will take place in Umea, Sweden.The main theme is University and Community Growth through University Sport. The conference is organised in collaboration with Umeå University as a part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the Swedish University Sports Federation.

 

The main aim of the FISU Rectors' Forum is to give University Rectors, Presidents, Vice-Chancellors, Vice-Presidents and other high ranking university leaders from the five continents the opportunity to discuss and highlight the importance of sport in the academic world and in society as a whole.

FISU Rector's Forum 2013

 

You are warmly invited to take part. Please note that early bird registration finishes end of January 2013, so you are advised to register as soon as possible.

 

Please visit the official website of this academic event at www.rectorsforum2013.com for more information.

 

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