- Societal role
- Economic dimension
- International cooperation and external relations
- Sport and migrants
Working on the mandate of the Council (i.e. the EU Work Plan for Sport 2011-2014 ), the Expert Group on Education and Training in Sport developed EU Guidelines on Dual Careers of Athletes. The Guidelines invite Member States and stakeholders in sport at national level and the EU to improve the opportunities for the combination of study or work and sport career of athletes across the EU.
Based on these Guidelines, the Council adopted Conclusions on dual careers of athletes on 17 May 2013, wherein it calls upon Member States and the European Commission to take various types of action within their respective fields of competence.
On this basis, the European Commission has launched an invitation to tender for a study on the minimum quality requirements for dual career services (to be awarded by open procedure).
This invitation to tender follows the contract notice published in the supplement to the Official Journal on 09/07/2014.
Annex 1: Information concerning the tenderer:
Annex 2: Declaration of honour on exclusion criteria and absence of conflict of interest:
Annex 3: Analysis of the economic and financial capacity:
Annex 4: Price (estimated price breakdown):
Annex 6: Standard study template: