• Frenkl Róbertre emlékeztünk

    Születésének 90. évfordulója alkalmából koszorúzással egybekötött ünnepi megemlékezést tartottak a TF egykori tanáráról, a rendkívül sokoldalú prof. dr. Frenkl Róbertről.

  • 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.

  • Registration opens for Biomechanics in Sport and Ageing Symposium

    The registration for the Biomechanics in Sport and Ageing Symposium to be held at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS), Budapest between 15 and 16 October 2024 has started.

  • The 24th International Scientific Students' Conference was a great success

    The International Scientific Students' Conference was held at the Hungarian University of Sports Science for the 24th time from 24 to 26 April 2024, and was again attended by a large number of interested participants.

  • The Olympic Festival of Street Sports invites volunteers

    The best in skateboarding, sport climbing, BMX freestyle and breaking will compete at the Budapest leg of the Olympic Qualification Series, where volunteers can apply.

News


Volunteers are ready for the European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Budapest
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
22 May 2024

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 participates at AIESEP conference with success
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
21 May 2024

Finland hosted the Conference on Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy between 13 and 17 May, in which our university was also represented.

TF instructor Luca Ekler wins two gold medals at the World Para Athletics Championships
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
21 May 2024

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.

Invitation to Prof. Dr Li Li Ji's exercise and muscle physiology course
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
17 May 2024

Doctoral School of Sport Sciences of Hungarian University of Sports Science invites you to Prof. Dr Li Li Ji's exercise and muscle physiology course.

Call for application: 9th PhD Symposium in Sports Science
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
16 May 2024

The PhD Symposium in Sports Science is organised by the Doctoral School for the ninth time this year. The Symposium is also an official event of the New National Programme for Excellence, where the PhD students who have been awarded a grant in 2023 present their scientific achievements in a special session.

Training of volunteers for the Rhythmic Gymnastics' 2024 European Championships is on the home straight
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
14 May 2024

In a few days, the volunteers of the Hungarian University of Sports Science’s (TF) Volunteer and Sustainability Office will have the chance to prove themselves at the Rhythmic Gymnastics' 2024 European Championships to be held in Budapest, Hungary.

International Sports Diplomacy Program: In-Person Education at Lake Velence
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
13 May 2024

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.

Invitation to Prof. Scott Powers exercise physiology course
Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem
13 May 2024

Doctoral School of Sport Sciences of Hungarian University of Sports Science invites you to Prof. Scott Powers exercise physiology course.

Event calendar


# webinar

This two-hour programs, featuring international expert speakers, is organised by the Hungarian University of Sports Science and the University of Bern and it is highly recommended for anyone working in a sports related profession.

A webinar on women leaders in sport with the participation of international expert speakerswill be held on 8 November 2023.

The Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS) and the University of Bern launched this year's free webinar series on Tuesday, 23 May. The event was rated very well by the participants.

The Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS) and the University of Bern will launch this year's free webinar series on Tuesday, 23 May. The first part will focus on physical activity and mental health at work.

Last Thursday, the webinar series organised by the Hungarian University of Sports Science in collaboration with the University of Bern has been completed successfully for the third time.

In collaboration with the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUN), the University of Bern (SUI) and the Sports University of Tirana (ALB), a free webinar series consisting of three parts focussing on Long-Term Athlete Development (LTD) has been launched recently.

In collaboration with the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUN), the University of Bern (SUI) and the Sports University of Tirana (ALB), a webinar series focussing on Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) will take place in March 2022.

The University of Physical Education and the University of Bern organized a three-part English-language webinar series built around the theme of sports motivation. On each occasion, the focus was on motivating different age groups to be physically active: 1. the young  2. adults 3. older adults. The events provided participants with useful and valuable knowledge, who had participated mostly from German-speaking areas.

In the context of an emerging collaboration between the University of Physical Education, Budapest and the University of Bern, supported by the Hungarian Embassy in Bern, the two institutional partners are conjointly launching a webinar series in May, 2021, followed by consecutive webinar series each term.

Currently (as of March 3, 2021), the WHO has registered 114.5 million infections and nearly 2.54 million deaths associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection (COVID-19) worldwide. The number of Hungarian fatalities of the epidemic is over 15,000. At the current and expected rate of active immunization, even without mutants that may escape the vaccine induced adaptive immune response, to immunize 60% of pandemic populations will take several months.

The University of Physical Education and the University of Bern have organized an English language webinar that consisted of three series and focused on sport motivation. The three events of the series explored three different thematic groups focusing on motivation and sports: 1. youth 2. adults 3. professional athletes.

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