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22 October 2018 | in NUSF News, Education

FISU-selected Dream Together Master scholarship appointees win prestigious scholarship

The Dream Together Scholarship is a legacy education programme from the Gwangju 2015 Summer Universiade

With the Dream Together Seoul Forum 2018 coming up on 1 November, FISU has some exciting news to share as Yuhan Chen (China) and Daulina Osmani (Kosovo) were selected as winners of the Dream Together Master scholarship.


Supported by the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Sports Promotion Foundation, the Dream Together Masters programme’s aim is to educate next generation sport administrators. Run by the Global Sport Management Graduate Program at Seoul National University,  the programme provides an integrated and concentrated approach to the study of sport management.


At next Thursday’s Dream Together Seoul Forum, the key topic is “Sport for Peace” — the use of sport to achieve a more peaceful and better world. This year,’s forum showcases the good examples of peace-building through sport and discuss how sport can not only bring peace, but can also encourage a culture of peace.


The forum is an annual, one-day event that includes a key note speech and 5 presentations from global sport leaders, as well as a panel discussion session with the all presenters and Dream Together Master students to discuss various key issues regarding sport for peace. The forum has been held since 2013 and participated by the IOC Members, NOC Presidents and other distinguished scholars as speakers to contribute to the international sport development.


His Royal Majesty Prince Feisal Al-Hussein, IOC Member, is a keynote speaker; Manfred Laemmer, Professor of German Sport University Cologne, will speak about the German unification and sport integration between West and East Germany; Beatriz Mejia, Executive Director and Founder of International Group for Peace, will address sport project to remedy the civil war in Colombia; Mike Cronin, Professor of Boston College Ireland, will mention about the religious conflict resolution through sport; Young-il Na, Professor of Seoul National University, will present the policy direction of South and North Korea's sport exchange; Ramona Mohd Razali, Deputy Secretary General and 3rd batch Dream Together Master alumnus Norkamarul Norzam, Special Officer to the Secretary General, Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia will introduce the case of sport multiracial unity.