This prestigious course allows students from the participating institutions to attend a short intensive programme, and attain credits for their studies. The bonus being that participation for successful candidates is fully funded, with the European Union paying for accommodation and travel. LEGo is part of a strong, ongoing collaboration between The Department of Sociology and Political Science at NTNU, Norway and the Department of Sport Sciences at Malmo University. (read more)
In March and April 2009, 3 members of the Centre, Ken Foster, Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn, contributed to the Erasmus Mundus Intensive Programme on Leisure, Entertainment and Governance (LEGo), held in Trondheim, Norway.