The sixteenth edition of the prestigious Master U BNP Paribas World University Tennis Championship took place in Honfleur, France between 1-3 December, where eight high-performing nations from across the world competed against each other in an enthralling mixed team tournament.
The BUCS office and the Sport Review Implementation Group (SRIG) are pleased to release the full report on the Sport Review process since its inception in 2016, alongside an update on Cycle Five and further recommendations.
We are delighted to announce the six strong GB Students team with sights set on success at this year’s tournament in Honfleur, France.
Seven years since its inception, the league has now seen 101 athletes play in BUCS Super Rugby and either Premiership Rugby or the United Rugby Championship.
We are delighted to announce that HRH The Princess Royal will continue to be BUCS’ Patron for the next three years.
Today, BUCS, the Rugby Football Union, Scottish Rugby, the Welsh Rugby Union and the Students’ Rugby Football Union launch The Higher Education Behaviours Charter - Protect our Game.
At the last Paralympic Games in Tokyo our athletes and alumni secured an impressive total of 35 medals, including 18 golds, meaning BUCS would’ve finished in 9th place if it was a country.
University students and staff were joined by Sue Caton, Eric Liddell’s niece, and 2014 Sports Hall of Fame Inductee, Eilidh Child, to officially cut the ribbon and open the refurbished Eric Liddell Gym at the University of Edinburgh.
Funding from BUCS and The FA will be provided to nine universities to generate new participants and upskill the student workforce.