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  • ENAS is ...

    We are the European Network of Academic Sports Services, founded in 1997.

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  • Save the date: 18th Annual ENAS Conference Berlin

    Tuesday 10 - Friday 13 November 2015

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  • ENAS Strategy 2014/15 to 2016/17

    Executive Summary now available on line

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Welcome to the ENAS website!


The European Network of Academic Sports Services (ENAS) is the association of Sports Offices in Higher Eductaion Institutions in Europe. it is a non-governmental, international alliance with a common interest in the promotion of higher education sport and physical activity. ENAS was founded in 1997 in Chambéry, France and currently has over 100 members from 21 countries in Europe.

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ENAS Strategy 2014/15 to 2016/17

The new ENAS Strategy is ready, approved and being implmented!

Executive SummaryClick here to read the Executive Summary Full StrategyClick here to read the full strategy (MEMBERS ONLY)

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  • New universities took contact with ENAS

    Staff visits: University of Vigo – Freie Universität Berlin

    University of Vigo staff members, Roman Lago and Javier Rial, took advantage of the celebration of University International Week; “Internationalization and Sports – New Perspectives for Universities”, 03-07 June, with colleagues from Freie Universitat Berlin. It was an ideal opportunity to present ENAS to several new Universities and meet colleagues from Turkey, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and many more. […]

  • ENAS Award 2013

    ENAS Best Practice Award

    The purpose of this Award is to proactively support the creation or development of a project…

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    ENAS Staff Visit Programme

    Visit your ENAS friends and share experiences!

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    ENAS Benchmark 2012

    The purpose of the ENAS Benchmark 2012 is to gather information about the sports centers of the member institutions of ENAS.

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