The EASM PhD Student Seminar is a two-day international seminar, taking place prior to the 2022 EASM Conference in Innsbruck on the 4th and 5th of September, 2022. The seminar aims at gathering doctoral students in the field of sport management from all over the world for mutual discussions, presentations of their research projects and feedback from senior scholars. Another important element is the creation of networks, that will hopefully encourage future joint research projects across nations and the establishment of fruitful social relations.
Application and Registration
The application period, started on the 8th of April, 2022, has closed with 15th of May, as previously announced. First time attendees were given priority.
Since there were a very high number of applications of outstanding quality this year, EASM, the EASM PhD Student Seminar Project Lead, Ms. Chris Horbel, and the EASM 2022 Organising Committee have a agreed, to accept 20 PhD students in total, instead of a maximum of 15 PhD students, as advertised previously.
Our heartfelt congratulations to this achievement and we are very much looking forward to welcoming the successful PhD students to Innsbruck!
All successful candidates have already received their letter of acceptance and were requested to register for the seminar and the EASM Conference via the official event booking system. Deadline for registration is 26th of June, 2022. If no registration is made by that date, the spot will be made available for students on the waiting list.
The fee for participation in the EASM PhD Student Seminar 2022 is 670 EUR. Participation in the EASM PhD Student Seminar 2022 includes access to the 2022 EASM Conference in Innsbruck (full package).
For information and reference to the application process: the application must include a short presentation (max. 400 words, excluding references) of the PhD project including the problem statement, research field, as well as theoretical and methodological considerations. Furthermore, applicants must indicate the name(s) of their supervisor(s), their institutional affiliation and the status of their project (e.g. at the beginning, halfway or at the end). The PhD project must have a sport management perspective. Please use the main conference’s standard scientific tracks as a yardstick whether your project falls within the sport management field, but feel free to contact Chris Horbel (email@example.com) in case you are unsure or would like to discuss in advance of submitting your application.
Please send your abstract and the required information via email to Chris Horbel (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Josef Fahlén (email@example.com).