A new structure, the International Students Confederation (ISC) was set up a year later. Eight more competitions of university students were held during the activity of the ISC up to 1939. All competitions were held in Europe. France took Games most times - 3 times.
The postwar split into the countries of the Western and Eastern block influenced the development of university sport. The International Union of Students (UIÉ) was established in 1947. The representatives of Western countries almost did not participate in the competitions held by this organization. The last games, held under the aegis of UIE, took place in Helsinki in 1962.
The International University Sports Federation (FISU) became the successor of the International Students Confederation. The first games organized by FISU and its president, Dr. Paul Schleimer, were the "University Sports Week" in Paris in 1947.