About Us

Our History

INSHS is open, innovative network on the field of sport and health sciences. It was established in 2005 by the Institute of Sport Science of University of West- Hungary (former Berzsenyi College) Szombathely (Hungary). The new coordinator institute of INSHS has been University of Lorraine since 2016.

We have 23 member institutes from 15 countries from all around the Europe, but also from non- European countries. The number of participant institutions is growing and INSHS is going to be open for universities outside of Europe as well. The members are HEI’s which are involved in sport and health sciences.

New change, initiation from September 2017: INSHS will be open also for individuals: academic staff, researchers, students, coaches, etc. could apply for individual membership!

Encouraging Collaboration

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Providing Information

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Establishing Partnership

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Look Into The Future

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Going Global

What does it mean “networking”? It means thematic collaboration/cooperation between partners. It means saving money and time and also easy communication. Advantages of network member institutions are among others: no obligations, no bureaucratic administration, no participation fee, free choice for being involved in projects. International Network in Sport and Health Science (INSHS) is a perfect example for a good functioning higher education thematic network

Formal Partnership

The enabling formal project partnerships in areas or disciplines that are shared by different HEi’s members of the network. These areas are: Common degrees, curriculum development – BSc, MSc, PhD; Common grants Staff and student mobility; Erasmus and other Common research projects; Publications Meetings (workshops/seminars), intensive programs Conferences, other scientific events; Praxis-Leonardo and Camps (skiing, water, tourism )

Sharing Information

Sharing information – research, mobility, courses and offers, summer schools, conferences projects, e-learning materials – communication portal based not only on web platform but accessible also from iOS and android application

Student Exchange Program

Support and promotion of student’s exchange – info about researches, stays possibilities, student camps (Watersports, mountaineering etc.)

Our Partners

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