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Unique, world-class training for decision-makers in sport, developed in close cooperation with leading sports organisations

"The Executive Master in European Sport Governance (MESGO) is a unique platform for training, social and professional contact, knowledge sharing and personal development for sports organisations' elected representatives and managerial staff. Pioneered by five internationally renowned universities and research centres, it naturally has UEFA's full support.

The MESGO is designed to stimulate the analytical reflexes of decision-makers in sport; it invites them to analyse the governance of European sport at its most complex and explore the diversity of international practices. The strength of the MESGO lies in its consideration of European sport from multiple angles. It incorporates economics, politics and law, draws comparisons between different sports and uses carefully selected examples from other sectors to help participants develop appropriate responses to the important challenges they face.

With the MESGO, decision-makers in sport finally have a programme destined to meet their needs and expectations."



Gianni Infantino
UEFA General Secretary

The list of the participants who have been selected for MESGO III is now available here

The Executive Master in European Sport Governance (MESGO) is a unique programme designed for sports sector professionals wishing to master the complex dimensions and the diversity of international practices related to professional sport on an international level.

Gianni Infantino

UEFA General Secretary

Unique, world-class training for decision-makers in sport, developed in close cooperation with leading sports organisations

"The Executive Master in European Sport Governance (MESGO) is a unique platform for training, social and professional contact, knowledge sharing and personal development for sports organisations' elected representatives and managerial staff."

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