Tanya Gravina successfully concludes MESGO Course

Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 9:27

by Catherine Micallef.

Tanya Gravina, responsible as events co-ordinator and one of the UEFA
delegates/referees observers within the MFA set-up, besides carrying out duties
as secretary of the association’s projects for the improvement of sports facilities for member clubs and member associations, has recently successfullyconcluded an 18-month course relating to European Sport Governance.

She was one of 19 candidates from several countries to have received their Executive Master in European Sport Governance (MESGO) at a ceremony at the House of European Football, in Nyon, Switzerland.

This was an inaugural course in a programme which centres on sports governance in the current-day sporting world and which has UEFA’s full backing. It has been
established by a number of academic bodies based in several prestigious universities and institutions in different European countries.

As well as UEFA, other team sport partners such as the Handball and Basketball European Federations, the European Rugby Association and the European Volleyball
Federation are also supporting this initiative and will be joined for the upcoming second edition of this scheme by the International Ice Hockey Federation.

The MESGO is designed to assist decison-makers in adapting to modern day realities and demands and is open to experienced managers and executives working in international European and national sports federations as well as clubs, leagues and trade unions, European institutions and governments and partners of sporting
organistaions such as media or sponsors.

Our represenative in this prestigious course is bound to benefit immensely from
this MESGO project and translate her knowledge in the sphere of local sports
governance.

 





1 Comment

  1. jane swain says:

    very well done TANYA, YOU R D BEST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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