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AN INVESTMENT IN FUTURE LEADERS

 

As one of the stakeholders involved with both universities and students, FISU supports scholarship programmes as a way to strengthen its commitment to FISU Member Associations and their students. 

 

Through its intermediary role, FISU promotes scholarships opportunities among its National University Sports Federation as a way to develop the knowledge, experience and education of those working on the development of the University Sports Movement.

 

The same qualities that drive student-athletes to succeed in sports are also key to helping them become leaders in both business and their communities. FISU's Education commitment centres around being a facilitator for student-athletes and sports administrators around the world to meet and share ideas.

 

 

Mentioned below are the scholarship programmes FISU has been working with recently, as a way to strengthen its core educational activities and to help its main stakeholders to develop further. These programmes are advertised by FISU through the National University Sports Federations. Candidates must go through an application process in order to be selected to receive a scholarship.

2020 graduating

 

I. RIOU Master of Sports Administration

The Master of Sport Administration of the Russian International Olympic University (RIOU MSA) is a one-year full-time programme of further professional development in sports management, endorsed by the International Olympic Committee and located in Sochi, Russia. The main objective of the programme is to produce a new generation of effective sports managers with both strategic and operational skills.

 

For more details contact education@fisu.net

 

Past Scholarship Recipients

Edition

Recipient

Country

2016

Ivo Pereira Carvalhosa

Portugal

2017

Ilsida Tomere

Suriname

2018

Mohammad Baghdadi

Lebanon

2019

Muzi Mamba

Eswatini

2020

Lee Yong Woo

Republic of Korea

 

“This course has prepared me in all the aspects and dimensions that are involved in the field of sports administration. The most amazing experience is to be taught by the highest ranked professors and academics in sports worldwide, with vast experience in their fields and working with highest ranked sports organisations like the IOC and top sports universities from all over the world.”

 

- Muzi Mamba, from  Eswatini, recipient of 2019 RIOU Scholarship

Seoul Campus

II. The Dream Together Master Programme

The Dream Together Master Programme is a full scholarship graduate programme funded by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) and the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation (KSPO). This programme aims to consolidate international sport cooperation via global networking, as well as the provision of an in-depth insight in the area of sport management, serving as a way of preparation for leadership positions in sport fields.

 

For more details contact education@fisu.net

 

PAST SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Edition

Recipient

Country

2016

Tedious Ruzvidozo

Zimbabwe

2016

Raushan Kulakhmetova

Kazakhstan

2017

John Monyo

Ghana

2018

Daulina Osmani

Kosovo

2018

Yuhan Chen

China

2019

Chidiebere Ezeani

Nigeria

2019

Razif Sazali

Malaysia

2020

Florence Nakimuli

Uganda

2020

Enkhnaran Jargalsaikhan

Mongolia

 

Despite the difficult worldwide current situation I am delighted to see that the cooperation between Seoul National University and FISU have been maintained for this academic year 2020-2021. I am very pleased that two students respectively from Uganda and Mongolia will be representing FISU in the Dream Together Master scholarship programme this year and will acquire the knowledge and skills to become global sport leaders with great expertise in the field of sport management.”

 

- Verena BURK, FISU Senior Executive Committee Member and Education Committee Chair

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III. The FISU-Daegu Scholarship Programme (2011-2015)

A partnership between FISU and the Metropolitan City of Daegu, the FISU-Daegu Scholarship Programme was launched in 2011 as part of the legacy of the 2003 Daegu Summer Universiade, with the aim of encouraging young student-athletes to excel their academic and sports careers through financial support.

The programme focused on students aged between 17 and 28, from a FISU member federation/country, who have participated in FISU sporting events.

  

Scholarship Recipients

Edition

Recipient

Country

2012

Karolina Naja

Poland

2012

Yevgeniy Ektov

Kazakhstan

2012

Amaka Gessler

New Zealand

2013

Soronzonbold BATTSETSEG

Mongolia

2013

Idalis Ortiz BOCOURT

Cuba

2013

Oleg YURENIA

Belarus

2014

Joshua CHEPTEGEI

Uganda

2014

Natalie GOOD

New Zealand

2014

Annabel VOSE

UK

2015

Toja CERNE

Slovenia

2015

Fabian HAMBUCHEN

Germany