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  • The 2014 BUCS Deloitte Leadership Academy #BDLA 21/10/14

    BUCS is incredibly excited to announce that applications are open for the 2014 BUCS Deloitte Leadership Academy (#BDLA), which will take place this year in Herefordshire from 20-21 November. The exclusive two day event, for 100 students across the UK, is being run in collaboration with our headline...

  • When Plymouth hosted BUCS 21/10/14

    The BUCS Fleet Racing Championships are taking place on the 1st and 2nd November at the Mount Batten Centre, Plymouth.  They are being hosted by Plymouth Sailing and Powerboat Club.  We asked the club to let us know about all of the hard work and organisation that goes in to hosting a BUCS event.  See what they had to say in part 1 below:

  • Success for GB in 2014 series of World University Championships 21/10/14

    Great Britain reached a successful conclusion to the 2014 cycle of FISU World University Championships this week.

    The 2014 programme saw 127 student-athletes from 50 BUCS universities taking part in 13 Championship events in 10 different countries. An enormous 18 medals were won in 8 sports (7 Gold, 4 Silver, 7 Bronze) – with 38% of athletes medalling.

  • Peace One Day - 19th November 21/10/14

    Will your teams be supporting Peace One Day on 19th November?

    Following successful events hosted by the Universities in the North East in 2013 BUCS would like to make all members aware of the opportunity to support 'Peace One Day' by simply organising a minutes silence before their games on Wednesday 19th November.

  • Poulton and Rowe power to victory at the 2014 BUCS Surf Champs 19/10/14

    Rhys Poulton and Gabi Rowe were the star attractions on the final day of the 2014 BUCS Surf Championships on Fistral Beach, Newquay. Poulton, who studies at Swansea University, was in imperious form riding an incredible inside turn on his final wave to win the men’s competition despite some...

  • FA Volunteer Opportunity! Investigating the impact of a new competitive structure in youth football 17/10/14

    Following the FA's Youth Development Review in 2012, key changes have been made to the organisation and format of youth football in the UK in order to better develop young players and create child-friendly footballing structures. We are currently researching the impact of these changes and are looking for university students to assist us with the collection of video data read more click here

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