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.
Dear Friends and Colleagues and Partners, The EAS Network improved its organization in 2016 by establishing its legal seat in Malta.
Opening of the EAS 13th Annual Conference in Rovaniemi/ Finland was done by Mr. Niko Niemisalo, project manager and partner of the Organising Committee, Dr. Outi Hyry-Honka, Director of School of Social Services, Health and Sport, professor Kaarina Määttä, University of Lapland, Faculty of Education and Professor Laura Capranica, President of EAS.
On behalf of my Institution/Organisation I hereby apply for membership in the EAS-Network (the European Athlete as Student Network).
The age of the athletes/students – highlight the most appropriate age group 12-18 / 16-20 / 18+.
My institution/organization agrees with the main aims of the EAS-Network to support athletes in combining high performance sport and education. Supporting the “dual career” means that the EAS-Network strives to optimize the training conditions for athlete/students but also that their future gets secured by making it possible for them to get an education or vocational training, so that they have a safe platform to start from when their career is over.
The EAS membership fee of €150 per calendar year will be paid on receipt of a separate invoice.
(This will be forwarded to you on submission of this membership form).
Please send the bank transfer using the following details:
BANK NAME: Sparkasse Bank Malta plc | IBAN: MT78SBMT55505000010000029795000 | SWIFT CODE: SBMTMTM1 | BENEFICIARY NAME: European Athlete as Student
EAS currently have 50+ members situated throughout Europe. Please see below map for current member locations and details. You can also download a full list of member contact details below.
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Do you belong to an institution promoting the dual career approach by supporting the combination of high performance sport and education / vocational training?
The EAS members benefit from a number of factors which are also useful in the development of the Dual Career Pathway.
You can download complete and return the current EAS member application form below.