Sports, Ethics and Managerial Skills
The course is aimed at all students who practice sports at a competitive level enrolled in the first or second year of one of the Master’s Degree Courses of the Departments of Economics and Finance and Political Science or in the third, fourth or fifth year of the Master’s Degree Course in Single Cycle Law.
The course is completely free and its frequency involves the recognition of University Educational Credits provided for in the curriculum for Other Activities.
The course will be open to students who can demonstrate that they have practiced for at least one full calendar year (from their enrolment in the first year of degree triennial / master’s degree in a single cycle) a sport at a competitive level, the practice of sports can take place both within the Sport Society Amateur LUISS, or outside LUISS.
If the student has carried out the activities outside, it must be his responsibility to obtain the documentation of his sports association, which will be examined by the Head of the LUISS Amateur Sports Society at the end of the enrolment period.
If, on the other hand, you practice sports at a competitive level within the LUISS, we will take care of receiving the information of the LUISS Amateur Sports Club.
The course consists of a part of the seminar that will last 20 hours, organized in 5 meetings of 4 hours, concentrated in the second half of the year.
In order for the University Training Credits to be recognized, it will be necessary to have attended 80% of the total amount of hours, which corresponds to 16 hours, and it will therefore be possible to make a maximum of 4 hours of absence.
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The following topics will be discussed:
- Ethics, vaules and sports
- Sports and soft skills: top benchmarks
- Hints of Sports Law
- Management of Sports Clubs
- In order to receive ECTS, students need to attend at least the minimum number of hours required
- A tutor will record attendance through a signature sheet and the lack of a signature either at the beginning or at the end of the module will be considered as absence; there won’t be exceptions to this rule since it is the only criterion for obtaining ECTS.
- Absences will be counted through signatures on the register and can be done in a single day or just spared hours over several days.
- Once the course has been chosen, ECTS cannot be assigned otherways.
- Students who already obtained ECTS, or are taking elective language classes or other programs that recognize ECTS provided by the study plan for “Other activities” cannot be admitted to this course.
- A maximum of 50 places are available, the selection of participants will be made solely on the basis of a chronological criterion of entry, without prejudice to the eligibility criteria described above (practice of at least a full calendar year of sport at competitive level, which will be verified at the end of the registration period, in September), the maximum number of participants refers to students from all departments concerned
- The course will be activated on condition that a minimum number of participants equal to 15 is reached.
- All activities will take place during the second half of the year, on Friday afternoons and on Saturdays, any 8-hour lesson days (from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.) will include a lunch break from 1.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m. which is not counted in the hour count.
- No activities will take place during the exam period
- All routes will take place in one of the LUISS locations.
Students enrolled in the first year of one of the Master’s Degree Courses can, to join the initiative, send an e-mail to email@example.com, indicating their name and surname and freshman. Requests received outside the indicated period will not be taken into consideration.