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The Universiade is an International multi-sport event, organized for university athletes by the International University Sports Federation (FISU). The name is a combination of the words "University" and "Olympiad". The Universiade is often referred to in English as the World University Games or World Student Games; however, this latter term can also refer to competitions for sub-University grades students, as well.

World Student Games (Pre-Universiade)

An "International Universities Championship" was held in 1923 under the auspices of the Union Nationale des Étudiants Français (UNEF). Official "Summer Student World Championships" were organised by the Confédération Internationale des Étudiants (CIE) from 1924 and were renamed "International University Games" in 1930. From 1949 onwards a biennial "Summer International University Sports Week" was organised by the Fédération Internationale du Sport Universitaire (FISU) and became the "World University Games" in 1957. The event was first officially entitled "Universiade" in 1959. Alternative championships were organised in 1939 and by the Union Internationale des Étudiants (UIE) from 1947-1962. Women's events were first held in 1930.

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World Student Games (UIE)

The first official World Student Games were organised in 1924 and were held under the auspices of the Fédération Internationale du Sport Universitaire (FISU) from 1949. An alternative event was organised by the Union Internationale des Étudiants (UIE) from 1947-1962, including one unofficial Games in 1954.

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Locations of Universiades

The table below gives an overview of all host cities of both the Summer and Winter Universiades. Only actual host cities are listed.

Year Games Summer Universiade Games Winter Universiade
1959 I Turinmarker,
1960 I Chamonixmarker, (3)
1961 II Sofiamarker,
1962 II Villarsmarker,
1963 III Porto Alegremarker,
1964 III Špindlerův Mlýnmarker,
1965 IV Budapestmarker,
1966 IV Sestrieremarker,
1967 V Tokyomarker,
1968 V Innsbruckmarker,
1970 VI Turinmarker, VI Rovaniemimarker,
1972 VII Lake Placidmarker,
1973 VII Moscowmarker,
1975 VIII Romemarker, VIII Livignomarker,
1977 IX Sofiamarker,
1978 IX Špindlerův Mlýnmarker,
1979 X Mexico Citymarker,
1981 XI Bucharestmarker, X Jacamarker,
1983 XII Edmontonmarker, Albertamarker, XI Sofiamarker,
1985 XIII Kobe, XII Bellunomarker,
1987 XIV Zagrebmarker, XIII Štrbské Plesomarker,
1989 XV Duisburgmarker, XIV Sofiamarker,
1991 XVI Sheffieldmarker, XV Sapporo,
1993 XVII Buffalomarker, XVI Zakopanemarker,
1995 XVIII Fukuoka, XVII Jacamarker,
1997 XIX Sicily, XVIII Mujumarker,
1999 XX Palma de Mallorcamarker, XIX Poprad Tatrymarker,
2001 XXI Beijing, XX Zakopanemarker,
2003 XXII Daegumarker, XXI Tarvisiomarker,
2005 XXIII İzmirmarker, XXII Innsbruckmarker / Seefeldmarker,
2007 XXIV Bangkokmarker, XXIII Turinmarker,
2009 XXV Belgrademarker, XXIV Harbinmarker,
2011 XXVI Shenzhenmarker, XXV Erzurummarker,
2013 XXVII Kazanmarker, XXVI Maribormarker,
2015 XXVIII Gwangjumarker, XXVII Granadamarker,


Future Universiades

2011 Universiade city selection

On January 16, 2007 Shenzhenmarker and Erzurummarker were announced as the host cities of the 2011 Universiades.

For 2011, Shenzhenmarker was the candidate of the People's Republic of Chinamarker. On June 28, 2006, the official bid book had been sent to the FISU HQ to confirm its bid.

For the 2011 Summer Universiade, the bid cities were the following:

For the 2011 Winter Universiade, the bid cities were the following:

2013 Universiade Candidate Cities

FISU has officially closed the bidding period for the 2013 Universiades. The following cities have officially entered their candidature within the deadline:

Winter

Summer

The final decision to attribute the 2013 Universiades was taken in Brussels, Belgium on May 31st, 2008, and the selected cities were Maribor and Kazan.

2015 Universiade Candidate Cities

The bid are expected before March 15, 2009, and the election of both host cities is foreseen on June 30, 2009.

The final decision to attribute the 2015 Universiades was taken in Brusselsmarker, Belgiummarker on May 23, 2009, and the selected cities were Gwangju and Granada.

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