Looks to promote and support good governance in sport and Dual Careers of athletes by building a network for exchange of best practices.
Apart from the Sports Competitions (namely European Universities Championships, European Universities Gamea, EUSA Cups and others under EUSA Patronage) and other Educational Events (like Seminars, Conferences, Symposiums, etc.), the European University Sports Association also runs independent projects, together with other partners.
Focused on the promotion of dual careers of athletes and the support of innovative educational approaches.
Enhancing the European workplace environment so the challenges of dual career athletes and coaches can be effectively accommodated.
Aims to proactively change the attitude towards an athletes’ dual career.
Establishing an on-line multi-lingual educational programme for parents of athletes involved in a “dual career” path.
Empowered Nation - ENAcT is a 2-year project promoting gender equality in sport, launched in 2018.
Supporting the European Universities Games 2021 in Belgrade, Serbia, with special focus given to the field of volunteering and promotion of voluntary activity in sport.
Promotion of European-wide Anti-Doping mentality through peer-to-peer network
European Solidarity Corps (ESC) is a programme of the European Union, supporting volunteering and solidarity activities.
EUSA is an accredited organisation in the European Voluntary Service (EVS).
Promoting sport and physical activity across Europe
Apart from EVS opportunities, it is possible to take part in internship programme, upon special invitation.
Enabling students short-term volunteering opportunities at our events
Gender participation study on involvement in university sport on European level
The aim of the GETZ project is to facilitate gender equality in sport leadership.
Looking into ways in which the sports sector can become more environmentally sustainable.
Looks to raise awareness of best practices in combating violence and tackling racism, discrimination and intolerance in sport.
Seeks to increase representation of women and ethnic minorities (WEM) in leadership positions in football.
IDUS - International Day of University Sport, supported by FISU and UNESCO
November 17 is the International Students' Day, celebrated worldwide
Promoting diversity and social inclusion in sport by enhancing the sporting experience of all participants.
Aims to combat doping in recreational environments by setting up a transnational network.
Promoting education in and through sport with special focus on skills development.
EUSA is a partner in the project of Prevention of Sexualized Violence in Sports
To develop and improve skills and educate young reporters.
Promoting gender equality and encouraging social inclusion and equal opportunities in the sports sector, specifically in football.
Looks to improve experiences for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ+) young people in sport.
Strengthening coaching with the objective of promoting gender equality in coaching.
To raise awareness of soft skills and competences learnt through sport and implement them through sport-based employment programmes.
Project supports the implementation of the dual career guidelines, embracing sport and education.
Promoting and advocating Youth Employability in and through Sport
Opening discussion about mixed participation between male and female athletes
Aims to create educational opportunities for staff working in university sport associations.
Support learning mobility and exchanges while promoting the international dimension of sport, targeting management of university sport in general.
EUSA travelling exhibition on University Sport offers a good overview on student sports
Tackling and combatting sexual violence and harrasment in European sport
Exchanging knowledge about volunteering systems and to improving volunteer policies in the field of beach volleyball.
Educating and equipping volunteers for participation in the organisation of national and international sporting events.