The Academy has delivered a wide range of quality sport education programs throughout the world. These have included special seminars and symposia, certificate, certification such as the International Certification in Sports Coaching (ICSC) and Sports Management (ICSM), International Diploma (IDSM-Sports Management, IDSC-Coaching), and Physical Education (IDPESC) as well as the institution’s degree programs.
Mexico – Ministry of Sports (via The University of Chihuahua): ICSC and ICSM programs.
1981 – 1989
Bahrain – General Organization for Youth and Sports. ICSC and ICSM programs.
1981 – 1986
Philippines – Office of the President; (via University of Life). ICSC and ICSM programs.
1983 – 1986
Malaysia – Sabah Foundation. ICSC and ICSM programs.
1984 – 1987
Singapore – Singapore Sport Council. ICSC and ICSM programs.
1986 – 1989
Malaysia – Majlis Sukan Nasional. ICSC and ICSM programs.
1985 – 1990
Thailand – National Olympic Committee. ICSC and ICSM programs.
1988 – 1989
Egypt – Supreme Council for Youth and Sport. ICSM program.
1993 – 2000
Korea – The Academy organized the Korean Special Project that ultimately awarded over 50 doctoral degrees to Korean students who represented virtually every Dean of Physical Education in the university system of that nation.
1995 – 2003
Singapore -USSA – Alumni Association. ICSM program.
Panama – University of Panama. ICSM program.
Mexico – University of Tamaulipas. ICSM program.
1997 – 1999
Hong Kong – Sport Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong China. ICSC and ICSC programs.
1998 – 1999
Aruba – National Olympic Committee. ICSC program.
1998 – 2001
Botswana – Botswana National Sports Council. ICSM and ICSC programs.
1998 – 2012
Bahrain – General Organization for Youth in Sports and National Olympic Committee. Taught the ICSM, ICSC and/or diploma programs and conducted specialized clinics and seminars, undertook studies and other consulting work to support the national sport effort.
1999 – 2000
Bahrain – University of Bahrain. The Academy provided adjunct faculty to teach sports management on the campus of the University of Bahrain and educated three doctoral students who upon graduation became the nucleus of the faculty of sport management at the University.
2000 – 2007
Taiwan – The Academy conducted a special doctoral program similar to that of the Korean Special Project which ultimately resulted in more than 20 Taiwanese students receiving doctoral degrees from the Academy.
2003 – present
Thailand – Sport Authority of Thailand. ICSM and ICSC programs in Bangkok and arranges an annual sport study tour of sports in America.
2003 – present
Singapore – International Sport Academy – Singapore. ICSM, ICSC and diploma programs and periodic specialized seminars.
2007 – 2010
UAE – The Academy taught its ICSC and ICSM programs in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to various groups and individuals through a private concern.
Jamaica – University of Technology. ICSM program.
2008 – present
Malaysia – Institute Sukan Nacional (ISN). ICSC, ICSM and Sport Diploma programs.
2010 – present
China – Shaolin Temple. The Academy has been teaching a special course on the Philosophy of the Shaolin in an online environment and will teach the course on-site in Malaysia and China in the coming year.
2012 – present
Malaysia – Ministry of Education. International Diploma in Physical Education and Sports Coaching to more than 700 teachers per year.
CLICK HERE to watch a video from the 2014 Malaysia IDPESC program.
China – Shanghai Administration of Sports. International Diploma in Sports Coaching for 100 high performance athletes and Olympians.
China – Run with the Sports Institute of Henan University. International Coaching Certificate program. CLICK HERE to watch a video from the 2015 program.
Thailand – Sports Authority of Thailand International Certification Program with site forums and study tour in the United States.
Thailand — Academy hosts students from the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) International Certification Program to participate in the SAT Sport Study Tour for the 10th consecutive year, providing an in-depth look at American sports programs and facilities.
United Arab Emirates — The United Arab Emirates Football Association (UAEFA) and the United States Sports Academy opened the UAE Football Association Academy for Sports Management (FAASM) to enhance the success of football (soccer) in the region through the development of soccer administrators in the UAE.
Shanghai, China – The United States Sports Academy educates 100 former elite athletes for careers in coaching as part of the Academy’s International Diploma in Sports Coaching (IDSC) program with the Shanghai Sports Bureau and Shanghai Administration of Sports (SAS) in China. Top students come to the Academy for a study tour.
Thailand — Academy hosts students from the Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) International Certification Program to participate in the SAT Sport Study Tour for the 11th consecutive year, providing an in-depth look at American sports programs and facilities. … read more
United Arab Emirates — The United Arab Emirates Football Association (UAEFA) and the United States Sports Academy continued their partnership at the UAE Football Association Academy for Sports Management (FAASM) to enhance the success of football (soccer) in the region through the development of soccer administrators in the UAE. … read more
Thailand — Academy continues long-term project with Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT) to prepare students for sport leadership through the International Certification Program. This includes SAT Sport Study Tour of American sports programs and facilities.
Thailand — Academy works with Sports Authority of Thailand to add new National Sports Coaching Program (NSCP) certification program to meet the advanced needs of Thai coaching professionals. This includes coursework in Thailand and a practicum in the United States.
United Arab Emirates — Academy and the United Arab Emirates Football Association (UAEFA) continue their partnership through which the UAE Football Association Academy for Sports Management (FAASM) to enhance the success of football (soccer) in the region through better education and development of soccer administrators in the UAE.
Shanghai, China — Academy conducts International Diploma in Sports Coaching (IDSC) program with the Shanghai Municipal Authority of Sports (SMAS) that prepares former elite athletes for careers in coaching, a program begun in 2014. Top students come to the United States for a mentorship.
Malaysia — Academy continues International Diploma in Physical Education and Sports Coaching (IDPESC) program in Malaysia that has trained thousands of teachers in critical physical education and coaching skills since 2012. The Academy’s “Train the Trainers” (TOT) program assists the Malaysian government in its National Service Training Program (NSTP) for youth.
Singapore — The Academy marks 15th year of offering certificate, certification and diploma programs in cooperation with the International Sport Academy of Singapore (ISAS).
Philippines — The Academy has signed an agreement to work with the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) to enhance the national sport effort in the island nation.
Bahrain — The Academy in 2018 continued its longstanding relationship with the Kingdom of Bahrain by teaching in a national program to help coaches there develop better skills in working with athletes with adaptive needs. The certificate program in disabled and adaptive sport for the Bahrain Sports Federation for Disabilities (BSFD has a two-pronged approach that includes working with competitive athletes and developing inclusive programs for recreational athletes.