The bronze medallist in beach volleyball at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Ms Anouk Vergé-Dépré, was honoured with the Swiss Students Sports Award at the traditional Swiss University Sports ceremony at the Lucerne Exhibition Centre for her successful dual career, combining top-level sport and studies.
The second and final part of the FISU Volunteer Leaders Academy and Student Ambassadors Programme (FVLA) was held online between September 8 and 10, gathering students, leadership and volunteer experts, sport specialists and members of the International University Sports Federation.
The newly-elected members of the EUSA Executive Committee members had their first, constitutive meeting, on September 11, shortly after the General Assembly of the European University Sports Association and EUSA-FISU Strategic Dialogue, taking place in Hungarian capital Budapest.
Following the electoral General Assembly of the European University Sports Federation (EUSA) in Budapest, the EUSA-FISU Strategic Dialogue was organised on September 11 in the afternoon. The event was focused on the leaders of university sport in Europe and covered two main themes, relevant to the field of sport in higher education.
Following a challenging period of having mainly online events, the members of the European University Sports Association (EUSA) were finally able to gather in person on the occasion of the 2021 electoral EUSA General Assembly, which took place on September 10 and 11 in Budapest, Hungary.
Members of the Executive Committee of the European University Sports Association (EUSA) met on September 10 in Budapest for its last meeting of their current mandate.
Erasmus+-supported project EdMedia and its resources has been developed to promote education in and through sport with special focus on skills development, as well support the implementation of the EU Guidelines on Dual-careers of Athletes.