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National Sports Academy
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Type of institution
The National Sports Academy (NSA) - Sofia is the only higher educational establishment in Bulgaria in the field of physical culture and sport, offering university and postgraduate degree programmes at three faculties:
1. Faculty of Physical Education (Teachers);
2. Faculty of Sports (Coaches);
3. Faculty of Physiotherapy, Tourism and Sport Animation.
To involve its own research and interdisciplinary approaches. Its programmes integrates professional training with research, promoting skills of identifying, formulating and solving problems, shaping learners for life - reflective graduates capable of analytic and creative thinking, as well as with mass involvements in sports and physical cultures among all age population.
Main research areas
Sports, physiological and psychological features, health behaviour, gender specification and emotional sustainability.
Basic natural sciences,Medical/Clinical Sciences/Nursing,Social/Behavioral,Economics,Demography