European University Sports Association and the EUSA Institute are announcing the deadline for application for the next round of volunteering projects under European Solidarity Corps - ESC (successor of European Voluntary Service - EVS) within our organisation. The foreseen service in EUSA for this call is one year; the next available term is from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020. Deadline to apply is January 21, 2019.
This month’s student column will focus on the introduction of the new members of the EUSA Student Commission. As the mandate of the EUSA Student Commission members finished in December 2018, the new members have been nominated by the EUSA Executive Committee.
The year of 2018 is coming to an end and we want to use this opportunity to express our appreciation and pride of working together. Thanks to mutual cooperation of member associations, universities, event organizers, athletes, volunteers, partner organizations and all EUSA friends, the European university sport is thriving. In this lovely season we wish you all reasons to be happy. Enjoy this sparkling time with your nearest and dearest. Entire EUSA family wishes you a Merry Christmas and magnificent, full of sport New Year!
European University Sports Association (EUSA) is happy to announce the winner of the #myeusa photo competition contest for the year 2018. During the European Universities Games 2018 (EUG 2018) that were held in Coimbra this summer, European University Sports Association (EUSA) started a new MyEUSA campaign as a photo competition. Top 10 photos have been selected, and the final voting was done by the EUSA commissions and public Facebook voting.
Lithuanian Students’ Sports Association (LSSA) ended this sport year celebrating the Centennial of the restored State of Lithuania and its 25th anniversary of FISU membership, as well as 25 years after the first medals were won in the Universiade by Lithuania as an independent country.
European University Sports Association (EUSA) would like to invite you to explore the next year’s European Universities Championships, and register through the national university sports bodies in your country.