International Sports LawUniversidad Pontificia Comillas
- Madrid (Spagna)
- 90 ore di lezione
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· Quali sono gli obiettivi del corso?
Analyze in detail the legal system of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), its organic statutes and the regulations which govern contractual stability between players and football clubs, as well as the rules regulating the activities of players' representatives and agents who organize matches. Analyze in detail the alternative mechanisms for resolving disputes within sport, with special emphasis on the workings and jurisprudence of the Court of Arbitration for Sport based in Lausanne (Switzerland). Offer the student an example of a private sanctioning legal system as is the World Anti-Doping Code accepted at a supra-national level by governments and Sporting Institutions. Through the practical exercises and by simulated arbitration, it is intended that students should improve their oral and written communication skills and abilities, as well as encouraging their capacity for organization and group work.
· A chi è diretto?
Undergraduate and postgraduate students from Spain or abroad who want to experience internationalization, studying the areas of knowledge covered in depth.
The following documents must be provided: Application form A letter of recommendation from one of the lecturers at your host university. A photocopy of your passport. A photocopy of the compulsory medical insurance. A copy of the confirmation of the bank transfer for payment of the course. Document which certifies the applicant´s level of Spanish (for students from non-Spanish-speaking countries). Application deadline: Before April 30.
Cosa impari in questo corso?
Football Organization and Law
International Sports Law
The Court of Arbitration for Sport
International Sports Law (20 hours)
Football Organization and Law. FIFA (20 hours)
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (20 hours)
International Doping (20 hours)
90 hours (80 class hours + 10 hours of technical and cultural visits)
Technical visits to businesses and public and private institutions and bodies relating to the content of the course.
Cultural visits to the Prado Museum and the Monastery of El Escorial.
The Information and Student Reception Office provides students with what they want from a varied accommodation service: families, rooms in flat shares with other students, and halls of residence.