Nominations Open for 61st IOA Session for Young Participants This September

The International Olympic Academy (IOA) will convene the 61st International Session for Young Participants in Greece from 11 to 21 September 2021. The main topic for the IOA Sessions for 2021 is “Olympic Movement and the Pandemic”, while the special topic for the Young Participants Session will be “Olympic Games and the Pandemic: Opportunities, Challenges … Continue reading Nominations Open for 61st IOA Session for Young Participants This September

MEMOS XXIV Candidature Process Restarted

The MEMOS XXIV candidature process has been restarted and another invitation is being extended for interested persons to apply. MEMOS is an International Executive Course in Sport Management. The objective of MEMOS is to provide sports managers with access to a training course of a higher education level and help them to develop the knowledge … Continue reading MEMOS XXIV Candidature Process Restarted

IOA Young Participants are Set to Play a Larger Role in the Development of Sports in Barbados.

On Tuesday May 11, the NOA held a meeting with former participants to inform them of its strategic direction and upcoming plans and to discuss how they might support some of its activities and programs. There have been 32 Young Participants since 1973. The NOA invites all Young Participants who were not at the meeting … Continue reading IOA Young Participants are Set to Play a Larger Role in the Development of Sports in Barbados.

Call For Applications For Master’s Degree Programme in Olympic Studies for 2021-2022

The Department of Sports Organization and Management of the Faculty of Human Movement and Quality of Life Sciences of the University of Peloponnese with the support of the International Olympic Academy organizes for the Academic year of 2021-2022 the Master’s Degree Programme with the title "Olympic Studies, Olympic Education, Organization and Management of Olympic Events".The … Continue reading Call For Applications For Master’s Degree Programme in Olympic Studies for 2021-2022