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The relationship between competitive sport and ethics in the 21st century was the focus of an international conference held on Friday 17 June in the Athens Hall of the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS). The half-day symposium was a joint event of HUSS, the Hungarian Coaches' Association and the International Fair Play Committee.

On 7 June, 2022, Tempus Public Foundation has hosted a conference entitled: “Stipendium Hungaricum: Internationalization of Higher Education through Scholarship Programs”.

Anna Szilágyi, a student majoring in sports management at the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS) spent a week in Senegal, where this time she did not take sports photos but tourist ones. Her trip was supported by the ENGSO Youth programme of the European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation (ENGSO).

The Hungarian University of Sports Science Doctoral School of Sport Sciences invites you to attend a lecture by Dr. Zhen Yan: Exercise as a medicine.

The relationship between competitive sport and ethics in the 21st century will be the focus of the conference to be held on Friday 17 June in the Athens Hall of the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS). The conference is a joint event of the Hungarian Coaches' Association, the International Fair Play Committee and HUSS.

Come and study in one of the world’s most vibrating city, Budapest. The Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS) is now accepting applications for its Sport Coaching BA and MSc programs. Be part of the experience!

Dr Ákos Koller, Professor Emeritus of the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS) and his research team are investigating what Covid-19 does to the brains of physically active and inactive people. Hungarian news portal index.hu cites that their research may answer the question whether there is a link between fitness, exercise and the duration or severity of symptoms.