Financial and organizational principles of sports development in Lviv Polytechnic

Students Name: Birher Davyd Valeriiovych
Qualification Level: master (ESP)
Speciality: Economics
Institute: Institute of Economics and Management
Mode of Study: full
Academic Year: 2019-2020 н.р.
Language of Defence: ukrainian
Abstract: Birger D.V., Panchenko A.V. (supervisor). Financial and organizational principles of sports development in Lviv Polytechnic. Master’s thesis. - Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, 2020. Extended abstract In the current development of various associations, sport has a broad socio-cultural coverage, is part of the overall system of international cooperation and creates a single sphere of values. Sport has become part of the global economic system, a participant in big politics, the embodiment of scientific and technological advances. The phenomenon of sport, its comprehensive relationship with other areas of human life and the active participation of young people are necessary for understanding society as a whole. We need to keep in mind the level of physical education and training of athletes as student sports, which is an integral part of higher education institutions around the world. The first official university sports competitions were held in England, USA and Switzerland. These countries were the first where university sports associations were born and formed. [1, 2]. In Europe, student sport is coordinated by the European Student Sport Association (EUSA), a non-profit non-governmental organization set up to promote university sport, organize and hold sporting events and implement projects aimed at providing quality higher education in sports science. [3] The purpose of the master’s qualification work is to develop theoretical and methodological approaches to the development of sports at Lviv Polytechnic. Study object is the process of development of professional and mass sports in Lviv Polytechnic. Study subject is the financial and organizational aspects of sports development at Lviv Polytechnic. The scientific novelty of the obtained results lies in the deepening of theoretical and methodological provisions for the development of sports at Lviv Polytechnic. The following provisions were further developed: ? Use of international practice of involving mass media channels for financing university sports events. The introduction of media to finance university sports is innovative for Ukraine. It is proposed to develop media sports in Lviv Polytechnic in three areas: power, martial arts and games. This will allow reaching a wide audience of stakeholders, and consequently more funding for sports at the university; ? A map of sports development of Lviv Polytechnic is proposed, which includes the improvement of the level of sports equipment of the university at three levels of sports: mass, amateur and professional. For this purpose, the cost of reconstruction of the existing sports complex and construction of a stadium near the student dormitories is proposed and calculated. The calculations show the possibility of implementing such measures and offer their co-financing with the help of business angels and funds raised from the introduction of sports media in the university. Key words: student sport, media, sports events, Universiade, sports financing, Lviv Polytechnic. References: 1. SI Stepaniuk Student sports movement: history, present and future - Kherson: KSU Publishing House, 2006. - 132 p. URL: 2. Vyacheslav Shuteev, Tetyana Shuteeva, Andriy Efremenko, Olena Nasonkina, Mykhailo Marchenko. Mass student sports in the domestic and foreign practice. Slobozhansky scientific and sports bulletin. DOI: 3. European Universities Championships Annual Statistics and Awards Report 2019.URL: https: // pdf 4. NCAA Consolidated financial statements August 31, 2019 and 2018. URL: 5. FISU History URL: 6. Gayazova AV Problems of student sports movement / AV Gayazova, V. Ya. Nazmutdinov // Prospects for the development of modern student sports: on the way to the Universiade-2013 in Kazan: materials Vseros. NPK. - Kazan: Volga region. GAFKSiT, 2012. - P. 48–52.