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Title: The Contribution of the European Athlete as Student Network (EAS) to European Dual Career ERASMUS+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships: An update (La Contribución de la Red European Athlete as Student (EAS) a las European Dual career ERASMUS + Sport: Una actualización)
Authors: Capranica, Laura
Figueiredo, António 
Ābeļkalns, Ilvis
Blondel, Laurence
Foerster, Jörg
Keldorf, Ole
Keskitalo, Risto
Kozsla, Tibor
Doupona, Mojca
Keywords: Athlete; EAS network; ERASMUS+ Sport; European dual career; European Guidelines
Issue Date: 2021
Serial title, monograph or event: Cultura, Ciencia y Deporte
Volume: 16
Issue: 47
Abstract: To inform on the objectives and progression of the AMiD, EMPATIA, DONA, Ed Media, More Than Gold, Starting 11 and SOS ERASMUS+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships in which EAS cooperates with sport bodies and educational institutions to envisage novel solutions for the development of opportunities in education and sport paths of athletes. Dual career dimensions, evidence- and eminence- based methods include literature reviews, and desk, gap, SWOT and PESTEL analyses, focus groups, surveys, semi-structured interviews, workshops, and concept mapping. A limited implementation of the EU guidelines emerged. The findings underline the necessity of maintaining dual career among the European priorities in the field of sport and to envisage a surveillance plan at various dual career environmental levels (e.g., policies, systems, programmes). Through its participation in European projects, EAS contributes to the development of relevant European dual career aspects and to strengthen the link between educational institutions and sports organizations for the benefit of student-athletes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/100884
ISSN: 19897413
16965043
DOI: 10.12800/ccd.v16i47.1693
Rights: openAccess
Appears in Collections:FCDEF - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais

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