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  • Mel Parker appointed as President of ENAS 01/12/17

    Mel Parker, who is on International Advisory Group and Head of Sport at Middlesex University, has just been appointed as President of ENAS. ENAS is a great network of staff with responsibility for delivering sport and physical activity within European Higher Education Institutions.

  • University of Nottingham steal the show at BUCS Table Tennis Individual Championships 30/11/17

    During two days of high quality competition, University of Nottingham retain title of most successful table tennis institution in the UK with four gold, three silver and two bronze medals.

  • BUCS becomes an Employer Partner of CIMSPA 30/11/17

    In line with the objectives of the Professional & Workforce Development (PWD) strand of the BUCS Strategy, the PWD Steering Group has been working with the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) to enable professional development opportunities for member...

  • Team Great Britain arrive in Lille for the Master ‘U BNP Paribas 2017 29/11/17

    A team of six university students and three leading coaches in higher education tennis will represent Great Britain at the Master ‘U BNP Paribas tennis event in Lille/Marcq-en-Baroeul, France, from 30 November – 3 December 2017. 

  • Girls' Football Week 2017 in Review 23/11/17

    From Fluorescent Thursday at Staffordshire University to Keepy-Uppy Creativity at Gloucestershire – November’s Girls’ Football Week had it all! It was fantastic to see all of the Girls’ Football Week activity, promotion and events from across Higher Education take place up...

  • This BUCS Girl Can - Getting Female Students Active 23/11/17

    To coincide with #ThisBUCSGirlCan week, BUCS in partnership with Women In Sport has released a new Case Study document which shares insight into how to engage inactive female students within universities. This information has been pulled together as a result of the involvement Women in Sport...

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