A key initiative of the 2017-21 BUCS Strategy, the Sport Review is developing and implementing an enhanced inter-university competition programme for all student athletes, at all levels. 

Placing students needs and motivations at the heart of the process, the Sport Review is ultimately striving towards providing a world-class competition programme. 

BUCS has worked in partnership with National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs) to review and develop new competition offers, alongside consultation with member institutions. 

The Sport Review is led by an Implementation Group, made up of BUCS and member institution staff. 

A summary of key stages to date: 

Sport Review - Cycle One
 

Cycle One of the Sport Review concluded in February 2019, with 10 changes to the BUCS Competitions Programme approved. For more information, read the results of cycle one here. 

Reward & Recognition Review (BUCS Points)
 
Beginning in May 2019, the Reward and Recognition Review is analysing the framework of how universities and their student-athletes are rewarded for performance and participation, for example: BUCS Points. 

Sport Review - Cycle Two 

Cycle Two started in April 2019 and is currently reviewing 10 proposals from 11 different sports. For more information, read the latest update on Cycle Two here. 

 

Sport Review Updates

Sport Review Cycle Two draft sport proposals available

Sport Review Cycle Two draft sport proposals available

Following a briefing event on Wednesday 24 April 2019, BUCS has received 11 proposals from 10 sports wishing to progress through Cycle Two of the Sport Review process.

Sport Review gives green light to BUCS competition programme changes

Sport Review gives green light to BUCS competition programme changes

BUCS’ innovative Sport Review has given the green light for nine pioneering proposals across eight sports, transforming the student-athlete experience.

 

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