About Us

Our History

Previously INSHS Conventions:

 Szombathely, Hungary (2005) Magdeburg, Germany (2006), in Ljubljana, Slowenia (2007), in Bad Gleichenberg, Austria (2008), in Cardiff, Wales (2009), Telemark, Norway (2010), Tartu, Estonia (2011) and Zagreb/Opatija, Croatia (2012), Volos, Greece (2013), Alicante, Spain (2014), Alexandria, Egypt (2015, canceled)., Brno (2016), Nancy, France (2017), Calpe (2018), Las Palmas, Spain (2019). Budapest, Hungary (2020) – 1st Video-conference, St. Petersburg (2021).


1. Latvian Academy of Sport Education Latvia
2. Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University Brno Czech republic
3. Dept. for Life Quality Studies / Sport Science / University of Bologna Italy
4. Academy of Physical Education in Katowice Poland
5. Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Institute of Physical Education, Sports and Tourism Russia
6. Physical activity, Sport and Recreation research entity, Faculty of Health Sciences, Nort-West University, Potchefstroom South Africa
7. Goce Delcev University, University Sport and Cultural Center Republic of North Macedonia
8. Sohag University Egypt
9. Faculty of Physical Education & Sport Sciences.
Catholic University of Valencia
10. Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Nis Serbia
11. Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, University of Iasi Romania
12. Otto von Guericke University of Magdeburg Germany
13. Eotvos Lorand University Budapest, Faculty of Education and Psychology Hungary
14. University of Physical Education Poland
15. Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Zagreb Croatia
16. Sarhad University of Science & Information Technology, Peshawar-Pakistan Pakistan
17. Comité Olímpico Guatemalteco Cog Guatemala
18. University of Extremadura Spain
19. University of Vigo Spain
20. Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacău



Encouraging Collaboration

Together easier

Providing News and Information

Our capital are the news

Support International Researches

Participation in international projects

Promote University Sport

We go for sustainability

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

INSHS operates like a catalisator to enable academic partnerships in areas that are shared by different HEi’s members of the network. These areas are: e.g common degrees, curriculum development – BSc, MSc, PhD; grants, staff and student mobility, publications, events (workshops/seminars, intensive programs conferences, other scientific events); university sport eventse.g camps (skiing, water, tourism )

Sharing Information

Sharing information, news on INSHS digital platform. Our virtual events create great opportunity for networking!

Student Exchange Program

Support and promotion of student exchange programmes and university sport events, projects.

Our Partners