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CFGS credit validation for the Dual Bachelor's Degree in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences/ Bachelor's Degree in Physiotherapy

Academic Year 2022-23

Students who have passed one of the higher level vocational training cycles (CFGS) listed can obtain validated credit transfer for the following subjects and credits:

Sociosports Education and Entertainment (LOE) (CFGS LOE) (12.00 credits)

Mountain Skiing (LOGSE) (CFGS LOGSE) (6 credits)

Climbing (LOGSE) (CFGS LOGSE) (6 credits)

High Mountain (LOGSE) (CFGS LOGSE) (6 credits)

Athletics (LOGSE) (CFGS LOGSE) (6 credits)

Basketball (LOGSE) (CFGS LOGSE) (12 credits)

Physical Activity and Sports Studies (LOGSE) (CFGS LOGSE) (12 credits)

Handball (LOGSE) (CFGS LOGSE) (12 credits)

Snow surfing (CFGS LOGSE) (6 credits)

Cross-country skiing (CFGS LOGSE) (6 credits)

Downhill skiing (CFGS LOGSE) (6 credits)

Sailing with running rigging (CFGS LOE) (6 credits)

Sailing with standing rigging (CFGS LOE) (6 credits)

Life-saving and rescuing (CFGS LOE) (6 credits)

Indoor football (CFGS LOGSE) (12 credits)

Football (CFGS LOGSE) (12 credits)

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