Summer School of Sport
and Exercise Sciences


1 – 5 July 2019
Brno, Czech Republic

About the summer school

The summer school has been created to provide students with an opportunity to learn more about the field of Kinesiology. Students will explore the exercise-related concepts in classrooms, laboratories and through field trips. This course will give a thorough introduction to the sport and exercise sciences. During this week we will summarize the current evidence regarding clinical exercise physiology and the role of exercise as an important feature in maintaining an individual's psycho-physical balance.

5

days

9

workshops and seminars

5

lectors

3

ECTS credits

Programme

COURSE AIM
This course aims to increase students knowledge about sports end exercise sciences. In addition, the lectures and practical sessions provide the students more insight in the clinical exercise physiology research performed in the Faculty of Sport Studies. The program provides an opportunity for undergraduate and also for PhD students to learn about the field of Kinesiology. Students will explore the exercise-related concepts in classrooms, laboratories and through field trips.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Students with a background in sport physiology, exercise science, exercise testing and nutrition.

 

REGISTRATION

Application deadline: 15th May 2019

 

Reasons to participate in the summer school

✔ You will acquire new information in field of assessment of human performance, kinesiotherapy, regeneration and nutrition in sport.

✔ You will attend interactive classes with group work and discussions and you will gain practical experience with Laboratory assessment of human performance.

✔ You will meet fellow students from all over the world

✔ You can enjoy a wonderful city with a vivid cultural life in the heart of Europe

Related summer schools

Extend your stay with the related summer schools organized by the Faculty of Sports Studies:

Team Psychology in Practice Summer School of Combatives

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