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  • BUCS Regatta 2016 Day One Round Up 30/04/16

    Mixed weather conditions did not get in the way of exciting performances from University crews from around the country at day one of the UK’s – and arguably Europe’s – largest student regatta. With 16 different events contested across the day, highlights included:

  • BUCS Rugby Sevens Championship as it happened 28/04/16

    BUCS Rugby Sevens returned to West Park RFC, Leeds – just a stone’s throw from where Emmerdale is shot (thanks to the University of Edinburgh’s Women’s taxi driver for that gem) – this time for the championship tournament. 

  • Development opportunity for female students and staff looking to develop careers in sport 28/04/16

    Women in Sport have recently relaunched their Women’s Sport Network as they work to transform sport to benefit women and girls across the country. Established in 2013, the Women’s Sport Network provides members with opportunities to connect, meet, share experiences and discuss key...

  • ROWING: BUCS Regatta 2016 preview 28/04/16

    The biggest student regatta in the UK - and arguably Europe - returns to Nottingham over the early May bank holiday weekend from Saturday, 30 April to Monday, 2 May. From James Lee, for British Rowing. This article originally appeared in Rowing & Regatta magazine - find out more at...

  • New opportunities for the HEVO Programme in 2016-17 28/04/16

    BUCS are working in partnership with Volleyball England to support the Higher Education Volleyball Officer Programme. The programme is expanding for the 2016-17 academic year, with more funding and resources being made available to universities.  The Higher Education Volleyball Officer (HEVO)...

  • 2016 World University Championships - Great Britain Karate Assistant Team Manager 27/04/16

    British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) is looking to appoint an Assistant Team Manager for the Great Britain team participating at the 2016 World University Karate Championships.

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