ENSE Welcomes 18 Members for 2018

The European Network of Sport Education is proud to welcome 18 members to its roster for 2018. Comprising a mix of Universities and Sport Organisations from 12 countries, these members bring unparalleled amount of knowledge, talent and expertise in the field of sport education. Of this group, we are thrilled to welcome four new members[…]

SPEACH Modules now Live

The Sport, Physical Education and Coaching in Health (SPEACH) project has recently come to a close and the project’s modules are now live online. The goal of the project was to increase awareness and behavioural change in sport professionals and European citizens toward an active and healthy lifestyle. For that, five HEPA-modules were developed that[…]

Infoday Sport 2018

The European Commission and the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) will organise an “Info Day” on 30th January 2018 in Brussels to inform potential applicants about the Erasmus+: Sport programme and its funding opportunities. Speakers will discuss the policy, give advice and tips on preparing and submitting proposals, and provide support with the financial[…]

Erasmus+: Call for Applications 2018

On the 25th October, the European Commission published the Call for Proposals for 2018 and the corresponding project guide. Part of this call includes funding related specifically to sport-based projects. These projects should focus on one of three key areas: learning mobility, cooperation for innovation, and support for policy reports. Grants for small collaborations up[…]

Publication: Employability and Sport Study

In the year 2016, the Vrije Universiteit Brussels, an ENSE member — with the support of streetfootballworld, ENGSO youth and VDAB — was commissioned by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Union to investigate sport’s contribution to the employability of young people in the context of the Europe 2020 strategy.[…]

SPEACH in Jordan

Dr. Karen Petry, President of ENSE, participated in the 2nd International Dead Sea Conference on Sport and Health Science in Jordan from the 1st until the 3rd of November 2017. The conference, which was organized by the Sports Faculty of the University of Jordan in Amman in cooperation with the Sports Institute of the Otto-von-Guericke[…]

1st iCoachKids conference coming up in Budapest

On November 3rd 2017, the inaugural iCoach Kids conference will be held at the Danubius Hotel Arena in Budapest. Funded by Erasmus+, iCoachKids is an international, collaborative, multi-agency project aiming to support the development of a Specialist Children and Youth Coaching Workforce across the EU to make sure all youth sport participants have a positive experience[…]

Karen Petry ushered in as President

Following the latest ENSE Board Meeting on September 13th, ENSE is proud to welcome Karen Petry as its new president. Officially elected in 2015, she now begins her two-year term as ENSE president. Karen Petry is Deputy Head of the Institute of European Sports Development and Leisure Studies at the renowned German Sports University and[…]

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Project: Intercultural Education through Physical Activity, Coaching and Training (EDU-PACT)

ENSE is proud to be supporter of the upcoming ERASMUS+ Project, “Intercultural Education through Physical Activity, Coaching and Training” (EDU-PACT) This project will target a major, current societal problem: The migrant and refugee crisis in Europe. Consistent migrant flow towards Europe is posing new cultural challenges across all European societies. Regardless of what is done to[…]