Volume 18, 2020/Issue 1–2

Gősi, Zsuzsanna
Faragó, Beatrix
Competence, sport education from the perspective of students in sports science education

Regular sports develop a range of competencies that have a positive impact on both your work and your private life. In this study, we examined the issue from the perspective of students in Higher Education in Sport Sciences. The results show students' sports habits, which are significantly better than the national data. In addition, the responses to the questionnaire survey show that regular sports do not adversely affect study time and reduce leisure time; only marginally. In the opinion of those who complete the questionnaire, one of the competencies developed by sport is stamina and a competitive spirit that can be clearly utilized in the world of work in the future. Communication skills and controllability are considered to be the least developed competencies.

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