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One of FISU’s core values is integrity. FISU follows the principles of honesty, transparency, fair play, equality and inclusion. FISU’s organisational structure, administration and activities reflect these aspects of good governance. FISU believes when an organisation is governed with a high ethical standard, it promotes confidence among all stakeholders and leads to better decision making and accountability.

The Executive Committee

The FISU Executive Committee meets at least twice a year to take all major decisions necessary for optimal functioning of the organisation. Get to know all of FISU’s Executive Committee Members (below), from the President and Vice-Presidents to all members and continental delegates.  

 

FISU Committees

The Committees assist and advise the Executive Committee in its work. FISU’s 15  Committees look into all areas of the organisation’s functioning, from technical aspects of FISU sports to education, gender equality and development. Click below to find out more.

General Assembly

The General Assembly of FISU, composed of 174 National University Sport Federation (NUSF) members, establishes the organisation's general policy and main lines of work. The next General Assembly will take place in Italy in the late summer of 2019. Specifically, the FISU General Assembly:

  • Meets every two years, bringing together FISU's 174 NUSF member federations

  • Elects the FISU Executive Committee for a four-year period

  • Approves the budget and the programme proposed by the Executive Committee

 

Gender Equality

FISU strongly promotes gender equality under the leadership of the Gender Equality Committee which was established in 2011. Learn more about FISU’s proactive attitude towards gender equality here.

Clean Sport

As the home of international University Sports, FISU has invested great effort into anti-doping measures, which are an integral part of our Universiades, World University Championships, Leagues and Cups. Find out more here.