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British universities & Colleges Sport


The Region's representatives are below, with their institution and contact information detailed:

Staff Chair: Hannah Blandford, Student Sport Experience Officer , Imperial College London

Student Chair : TBC, September 2018

Secretary: Bikram Bains, Sport and Activities Administrator, University College London

Competition Rep: Yasmin Vines, Sport Partnership Administrator, Imperial College London 

Sport Development Rep:   Lisa Cafferky , Sports Development Manager,  St Mary's University 

BUCS Staff Representative: Jason Michalski, LUSL and BUCS Competition Coordinator and Emma Trunks, Regional Development Officer


All meeting dates for the London region across the 2017/18 academic year are also below. Venues are TBC

11 Sept Competitions mtg. and 14 Sept Region mtg. & CPD 2017

21 Nov Competitions mtg. and 30 Nov Region mtg. & CPD 2017

23 Mar Competitions mtg. and 27 Mar Region mtg. & CPD 2018

1 May Competitions mtg. and 8 May Region mtg. & CPD 2018


The institutions within this region are: Arts, Brunel, City, East London, Goldsmiths, Greenwich, Imperial, Imperial Medics, King's College, King's College London Medical Schools (KCLMS), Kingston, London (ULU), London Metropolitan, London School of Economics, London South Bank, Middlesex, Queen Mary, Royal Free & University College Medics (RUMS), Royal Holloway, Royal Veterinary College, School of Oriental & Asian Studies (SOAS), St Bartholomews & Royal London, St George's Hospital, St Mary's, Thames Valley, University College London & Westminster.


The London Universities Sport Leagues (LUSL) 

The London Universities Sport Leagues offer competitive sports exclusively to university and college students in London. For further information on this visit the LUSL pages.

London Sport 

Funding Opportunities - London Sport are building a funding search tool for London, but for now their London Sport Funding Bulletin is here to help identify current funding opportunities.

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