ISF FORUM IN SINGAPORE

European Athlete as Student (EAS) – the Dual Career Network and European University Sports Association (EUSA) on 8th of December 2016, signed a  to improve cooperation between the organisations in the field of “Dual Career” for student athletes.

EAS ExCom Meeting @ INSEP in Paris

On April 25-27, 2019 Grand INSEP hosted the EAS Executive Board in its outstanding facilities in Paris, France. During the meeting the 2018 activity and financial reports of the Network have been approved, the advancements of the EuropeanCollaborative Partnerships AMID, EMPATIA, DONA, ED-MEDIA, MORE THAN GOLD, STARTING11, and SOS have been illustrated, and the activities in preparation to

3rd transnational meeting of the EMPATIA project

On April 23-25 the National Institute of Sport, Expertise, and Performance (INSEP) hosted in its wonderful high performance center in Paris, France, the third transnational meeting of the European project Education Model for Parents of AThletes In Academics (EMPATIA). Coordinated by the University of Ljubljana (SLO), the Partners (European Athlete as Student – EAS – Network, MLT; European University Sports Association

EAS @ EPAS

On May 7, 2019 the EAS President Laura Capranica participated to the Bureau of the EPAS Consultative Committee of the Council of Europe (Chair Jens Sejer Andersen, Play the Game; Carlos Cardoso, ENGSO; Paulina Tomczyk, EU Athletes; Annette Wachter, EGLSF; Michael Trinker, EPAS). It was organized in Paris in preparation of the 13th meeting of

EAS Conference 2019

The University of Dalarna will host the 16th EAS Annual Conference in Falun (Sweden) from 18th to 20th September 2019. This Conference is the dual career knowledge-hub of EAS members, EU-funded projects, and researchers. Dalarna University has been the home of Bengt Nybelius, which gives a special importance to the Bengt Nybelius Scholarship. Member institutions, which do have an Erasmus-Charter, are able apply for staff- mobility funding throughout their international offices. For more information and registration: https://www.du.se/eas2019

OUR AMBITIONS

Uniting partners involved in high performance sport and education.
Exchanging best practice between countries and institutions.
Improving conditions for high performance sport and education.
The link between educational institutions and sports organisations.
Actively developing research projects in sport and education.

WHAT WE PROVIDE

An annual EAS conference.
Inform our members about ongoing best practice.
Promote co-operation between institutions, coaches, teachers and students.
Discussion and debate around sport on a local, national and European level.
This web site to act as our Forum / Hub.

WHAT WE DO

Supporting European athletes by combining high performance sport and education. Securing their future by ensuring a strong education or vocational background.

BECOME AN EAS MEMBER

Do you belong to an institution promoting the dual career approach by supporting the combination of high performance sport and education / vocational training? Then why not join us – simply contact the EAS co-ordinator or one of the members of the Executive committee, or you can alternatively apply below.

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EAS BOARD

Laura Capricana

EAS President

Jörg Förster

EAS Secretary General

GERMANY
joerg.foerster@uni-hamburg.de

General Managing Director

 of University Sport Service Hamburg

Member of the Dual Career Expert Group (ADH/DOSB)

Mojca Doupona

EAS Treasurer

Tibor Kozsla

EAS Honorary President

Laurence Blondel

EAS Executive Board Member

FRANCE
Laurence.BLONDEL@insep.fr

Risto Keskitalo

Founder and Honorary President

Ole Keldorf

EAS Executive Board Member

DENMARK
ok@esaa.dk

Antonio Figueiredo

EAS Executive Board Member

Ilvis Abelkans

EAS Executive Board Member