Sports and Nutrition

Each year the faculty of Sports and Nutrition (FSN) receives exchange students from abroad. You can study here for one semester under the terms of a bilateral agreement between our faculty and your home university. We offer several exchange programmes such as Sport Commerce, Sport Development and High Performance Sport.

Exchange programmes


Semester *

High Perfomance Sport Autumn
Sport Commerce Autumn
Creating Innovative Food Concepts for the Global Market (not running!) Autumn
Nutrition & Health Promotion – Personal Trainer Autumn and Spring
Future of E-sports (more info will follow soon) Spring

* Autumn semester: September through January / Spring semester: February through June

High Performance Sport

The High Performance Sport programme (30 ECTS credits) focuses on the management aspects within the world of High Performance Sport. This industry is dedicated to striving for excellence and you will be taught in such an environment. Subjects include: Sport policy and Governance, Sport Marketing, Sport Media and Sport Law.

Go to our Course Catalogue for more information
Download High Performance Sport Fact Sheet (PDF)

Sport Commerce

The sporting goods industry (footwear, apparel, equipment) is a huge market which is characterised as a dynamic sector where organisations need to stay on their toes constantly.

Consumers behaviour towards sports is changing constantly and the eCommerce boom and other technologies are taking their toll on many organisations in the sector. This requires organisations to have the right mission/vision, be positioned well compared to the competition, react quickly enough to trends and to execute their strategies and perform perfectly throughout the whole organisation.

Go to our Course Catalogue for more information
Download Sport Commerce Fact Sheet (PDF)

Creating Innovative Food Concepts for the Global Market (not running!)

The interdisciplinary minor focuses on creating an innovative food concept for the global market.
It combines knowledge of food cultures, product design, consumer & sensory research, functional food science and food quality with social and economic science. It is a practice-based minor.

The knowledge gained will be brought into practice by developing an integrated professional product, an International Business Plan for a new product concept to be launched in a country of choice.

Go to our Course Catalogue for more information

Download Creating Food Concepts in Europe Fact Sheet (PDF)

Nutrition & Health Promotion – Personal Trainer

In the Nutrition & Health Promotion – Personal Trainer programme (30 ECTS credits) you will be trained to give expert advice as a fitness guide and as a personal trainer.

The main purpose is to develop and to adjust an appropriate training schedule on an individual basis to enhance one or more performance factors.

This programme will lead up to a Certified Personal Trainer Certificate of the National Strength and Conditioning Association of America (NSCA), an international highly respected degree.

Go to our Course Catalogue for more information
Download Fact Sheet Personal Trainer minor (pdf)
Download FAQ Personal Trainer minor (pdf)

Future of E-sports

The minor Future of E-sports focuses on the dynamic and rapidly growing esports industry. During this minor you will learn about the ins and outs of esports; while esports once was a subset of sports culture, it has now grown into a full industry in its own right. We will expose you to trends, innovations, brand and business models, and the language needed to be able to work in this new and interesting work field.

Here you can find more information about our new offered programme called Future of E-sports.

English Language Requirements

Because all of our programmes are taught in English, it is important that you have strong written and verbal English skills.

We expect that if you come to study at our faculty, you have sufficient proficiency in English (equivalent to IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL IB 80 and level B2). When you apply, please upload your proof of english. You are unlikely to pass your exams or obtain the necessary credits if you do not possess this level.

Application procedure

1. Your home institution first needs to formally nominate you by sending an email to (our International Office).

Nomination deadlines

  • 1 April - for the Fall semester
  • 15 September - for the Spring semester

2. Once you are nominated, apply by filling out the online application form, with attached the following documents:

  • Copy of your passport
  • Official transcript of records (including all grades you have received so far at your home institution)

Application deadlines

  • 1 May - for the Fall semester
  • 15 October - for the Spring semester

Application form

Contact International Office

For more information and questions about out exchange programmes, please get in touch with our International Office:

Also visit our practical matters page for information about subjects such as housing, financial matters and insurance.

Published by  Faculty Sports and Nutrition 29 April 2022