volleyball 2 University sports are open to all students and staff, focusing on popular recreational sports for relaxation after a busy day of studying and research. Competitive participants have the opportunity to compete at university championships in one of our teams or as an individual. Sporting activities are held at locations provided by external organizations and clubs.

The university sports programme for the winter semester 2019/20 runs from 14 Oct 2019 - 4 Jan 2020. The organisers reserve the right to change or amend the sports programme. Any short-term cancellations will be communicated via email. Sports held in school sports halls or in Elypso are cancelled during school holidays, public holidays and in the semester breaks.


Sports at the Deggendorf campus - Winter Semster 2019/2020:


Sports at the European Campus - Winter Semester 2019/2020:


Sports programme management

Peter Kaiser

Deggendorf campus

H 209

0991 3615-215


Important notice

University sport begins in the winter semester 2019/2020 in the 42nd calendar week 2019 (14 October) and ends with the beginning of the examination period in the 4th calendar week 2020 (24 January).

Participation regulations and ID

Due to capacity and insurance reasons, only students and full-time employees of the university are entitled to participate in university sports. In addition, university sports should not lead to any competition with commercial sports providers or sports clubs.

When participating in university sports, a valid student card or ID card must always be carried, which is to be shown on request. Participants' identification will be checked. In the case if unauthorized participation, employees and course instructors are entitled to refer persons to the sports facility.


Liability provisions

Throughout the sports programme, fully registered students are covered by statutory accident insurance coverage. It is therefore neccessary for all participants to sign the participants list!
This coverage does not apply if the course is conducted under the direction of a sports club or when the sport is non-structured practise.
DIT employees are not covered by the university in this insurance; it is recommended to take out personal accident insurance.

Additionally, we suggest that all participants of DIT sports could take out liability insurance to cover claims arising from personal injury or damage of third parties. All sporting accidents must be reported to the person responsible.


Accidents and injuries

Accidents which require medical treatment must be reported to the head of university sports, as an accident report form must be completed.


Lost or damaged items

We accept no liability for lost or damaged items. Please don't leave any valuables in the changing rooms, we recommend that you take them with you to the sports facility.


Using sports facilities

Please adhere to the rules of each individual sporting location. Hall regulations or rules of use of the relevant public and club sports facilities must be respected. In sports halls, clean, non-slip, white-soled trainers must be worn.


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