AMiD Project was promoted in Lapland University of Applied Sciences student fair (10.10.2019). The fair included representatives from different educational organizations from the region and in this way the Project gained a lot of attention from potential target groups including VET and higher education. Picture from the fair 10 October 2019: Jenna Laitila, Harri Nykänen […]
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Author: Niko Niemisalo
Athletic migration: Dual Career and qualification in sports (AMID) -Project is transnational cooperative project enhancing “dual career” and Athletic migration in European context. The Project has been progressing according to the plan and cooperation among different EU member states is active. Partners have recognized similarities and differences in their practical implementation of the theme. Two […]
In summer 2019, the project manager of the AMiD Project, Mr. Philip Fuchs from Salzburg, was on a 3 month research stay in different universities in Taipei. Information in the project was shared with master students and athletes from University of Taipei, and also with several academics from the universities of the region.
Picture: Associate professor Herbert Wagner (University of Salzburg) implementing a presentation on the project’s results. AMiD Project was promoted in international EAS Conference in Falun, Sweden (18.-20. September 2019). The Conference in European annual gathering of specialists in sport and education (dual career). EAS is European Network for this topic, including all member states.
Lapland University of Applied Sciences is hosting a visitor from Rome. Our quest name is Federico Palumbo and his home university is “Foro Italico” in Rome. The “Foro Italico” university is only devoted to sport science. Mr. Palumbo decided to come to Lapland University of Applied Sciences because he likes the Finnish teaching method that […]
AMiD project 4th meeting was organized in Gaeta, Italy in 8.-12. September 2019. The meeting included follow-up of the project’s progress, intellectual outputs and its next steps. The consortium also cross-checked the project’s activities in the context of the expectations of the European sport movement. Photo: Picture of the project consortium in the meeting in […]
AMiD Multiplier Sports Event “USI Championships” took place 25 May in Salzburg. About 200 participants enjoyed numerous disciplines (e.g. Beach Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Run2Hero parkour) and a evening celebration. At the AMiD info point, AMiD was promoted and findings shared with athletes, students, and Dual Career interested people. In the event, the lead partner representatives […]
AMiD project was presented recently in a partnership visit that took place in Nis, Serbia. The presentation was part of the visiting lecturer activities of professor Capranica who is the president of EAS (European athlete as student network). She was visiting the University of Nis/Faculty of Sports and Physical Education under an Erasmus + K107, […]
The multiplier sport event of Cassino University will be the beach handball “Calise Cup” in 2019. More information later on.