The next FISU-NUSF seminar is being planned for 2024. As the event is confirmed, information will be sent to National University Sport Federations from the Asia and Oceania regions.

About the seminar

The FISU-NUSF seminar provides opportunities for National University Sport Federation (NUSF) administrators, officials and students to collaborate about issues affecting and impacting the global university sport sector.

This event is a collaboration between the Asian University Sports Federation (AUSF) and FISU Oceania. The event is held alternatively between the two Continental University Sport Federations.

Who can attend?

The seminar is open to administrative staff, officials and student leaders of invited NUSFs.

A maximum of five delegates can attend from any one NUSF.

At least 40% of delegates from an NUSF must identify as female if more than one person is registered from that NUSF.

Why attend?

There are great reasons to have delegates from your NUSF in attendance:

  • Be part of the conversation
  • Learn what other NUSFs do
  • Meet with friends from across the region

If you are interested in attending future FISU-NUSF seminars, contact your National University Sport Federation (NUSF) to let them know you would like to attend the next event. Each NUSF is responsible for registering their delegates.

Held across 2-3 days

Conveniently held across two-three days the next edition of the FISU-NUSF seminar will be held in person.

The schedule is developed by FISU, FISU Oceania and the Asian University Sports Federation and engages NUSFs to present where ever possible.

Plenary & workshops

Sessions are tailored to be short and informative with engaging presentations, workshops and interactive discussions.

NUSF delegates can attend specific sessions according to their role and interest.

Expert presenters and panelists

The seminar engages expert presenters, panelists and moderators from across all of the five FISU Continental Federations.

Delegates are a key part of the discussion where they can share their own experiences on the relevant subject matter.