• Olympic volunteers trained at TF

    The training of the volunteers for the Olympic Qualifier Series of the Street Games was held at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF). We are now heading down the home stretch to the competition.

  • ICC graduation ceremony held at TF

    International Coaching Course (ICC) graduation ceremony was held at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF) on 29 May signalling the end of the ten-week period.

  • Volunteers are ready for the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Budapest

    The Volunteer and Sustainability Office at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF) is playing a major role in the organisation of volunteers for the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships to be held in Budapest from 22 to 26 May.

  • TF instructor Luca Ekler wins two gold medals at the World Para Athletics Championships

    Supervisor and instructor for the university’s Inclusive Sports Instructor Training Program Luca Ekler won 1-1 gold medal in the women’s 100m T38 and the long jump final, respectively, at the KOBE2024 World Para Athletics Championships.

  • International Sports Diplomacy Program: In-Person Education at Lake Velence

    In January of this year, a unique initiative called International Sports Diplomacy Postgraduate Specialisation Program (SDP) was launched. It is a hybrid course where students spend two weeks of in-person education in Hungary in the first semester.

  • TF student Veronika Fülöp receives SPRINT journal's special prize

    Veronika Fülöp, fourth-year student of the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF) was the only one to receive maximum points at the 24th International Student Science Conference. Her lecture held in the social science section earned her the SPRINT journal's special prize.

News


New university brochure is available
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
11 June 2024

A new brochure on the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF) and its international programs has been released in English.

Rector Tamás Sterbenz and Vice-Rector General Csaba Ökrös in Cologne
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
9 June 2024

Representing the management of the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF), Rector Professor Tamás Sterbenz and Vice-Rector for General Affairs Dr Csaba Ökrös, visited the Deutsche Sporthochschule in Cologne, Germany.

Japan's new Ambassador to Hungary visits TF
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
6 June 2024

The Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF) recently hosted Ono Hikariko, Japan's new Ambassador to Hungary, Ozaki Takeshi, First Secretary, Head of the Cultural and Press Department of the Embassy of Japan in Hungary, and Győri Sachiko, Cultural and Press Assistant.

Paul Edmunds PhD holds lecture at TF
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
6 June 2024

Prof. Dr Paul Edmonds, a distinguished professor at the University of New Mexico visited our university in May.

Call for webinar registration
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
6 June 2024

The Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF) and the University of Bern are going to hold an exciting webinar titled "Sustainability in sport activities" on 19th June.

Míra Ambrus held a presentation at the FIFA International Conference of Football Medicine in Madrid
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
4 June 2024

Dr Míra Ambrus, senior lecturer at the Research Centre for Sport Physiology at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF), held a successful lecture at the prestigious scientific conference of the International Football Association (FIFA).

Olympic volunteers trained at TF
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
3 June 2024

The training of the volunteers for the Olympic Qualifier Series of the Street Games was held at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (TF). We are now heading down the home stretch to the competition.

A research group of the university associated with Real Madrid verified Sonkodi’s neurogenic theory of delayed onset muscle soreness
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
3 June 2024

A new research finding of a Spanish research group supports the neurogenic theory of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) that was put forward by Dr Balázs Sonkodi, senior research associate of the Hungarian University of Sports Science.

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