Master of Arts in Olympic Studies
CEO-UAB is partner in the Master of Arts in Olympic Studies, an international part time programme specialized in Olympic studies.
The Olympic Games and the Media (MOOC)
CEO-UAB promotes a MOOC Course on the Olympic Games and the Media in the Coursera platform, the most important platform of open online courses in the world.
IOC-UAB International Chair in Olympism
Internationally renowned academic experts are invited to become visiting professors of the Chair in order to contribute to the development of a research line and to the scientific dissemination of the Olympic phenomenon.
Olympic Studies Net
Tool that aims to provide accurate and updated profiles on university scholars, university research centres and groups dedicated to Olympic studies, as well as Games archive holders.
BCN Sport Events Impact
Research project aimed to offer the Barcelona City Council with a proposal of procedure to apply in order to guarantee the capture, management, dissemination and exploitation of the knowledge generated regarding the sporting events held in the city.
Element of the intellectual legacy of the Barcelona’92 Olympic Games. It coordinates the various sources of documentary legacy of the Games and facilitates its international access,.
BCN’92 Legacy seminars
Training programme on how Barcelona excel in the organisation of major sporting events, how the city has transformed in economical and urban terms as a result of hosting events, and on how the city has become a world referent in sport event industry.
Educational project promoted within the framework of the International Chair in Olympism (IOC-UAB). It aims to provide online access to texts covering the main subjects on Olympic studies related to the written by international experts and aimed at university students and lecturers.
Platform created with the aim of promoting the sport’s history in all its aspects. The initiative is promoted by the Centre for Olympic Studies and Sports J. A. Samaranch at the Barcelona Olympic Foundation, with the collaboration of the university centres CEO-UAB, UVIC, INEFC and Blanquerna.