Successful Third Blueprint Meeting held in Cologne

On the week of September 10th, ENSE was proud to host the third meeting of EuropeActive’s Blueprint for Active Leisure project at the German Sports University in Cologne. The project focuses on developing new skills for current and future workers, improving employability of young people, and supporting entrepreneurship and growth across the sector. Concretely, that means mapping[…]

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[…]

Deutsche Sporthochschule Koeln (GER)

Applications open for the M.A. in International Sport Development and Politics

Launched in 2016, the German Sport University’s M.A. in International Sport Development and Politics is entering its second year and is accepting applications until July 15, 2017. This innovative new programme enables the graduates to link content from politics, history, sociology, economics, law and sports. Given the international growth of numerous associations and sports, as[…]

Programme Profile: M.A. International Sport Development and Politics

The Deutsche Sporthochschule (German Sport University) will be accepting applications for its Master’s in International Sport Development and Politics from June until 15 July.  The Master Programme enables the graduates to link interdisciplinary content from politics, history, sociology, economics, law and sports. The curriculum Broken down into 12 modules, the curriculum features basic, advanced and specialized[…]