“Going to work every day and actually having the opportunity to change people’s lives and circumstances is so rewarding.”
Alex Petter is the joint winner of the Dan Porter Award at the 2020 BUCS Awards, and is a perfect example of a student going above and beyond for both their club and BUCS, as he balanced being President of Cambridge University Cycling Club alongside his radiotherapy.
We are delighted to announce that 19 universities will be delivering BUCS Active 4 projects from January 2021.
The Value of University Sport and Physical Activity report is now available
Student, American Football player and mental health advocate, Ben Lawson has been on quite a journey over the last few years, and is now helping hundreds of students with mental health initiatives during lockdown and beyond.
We know that in this uncertain time, you are eager to get back to sport and to your teams. At BUCS, we’ve been working hard alongside National Governing Bodies and universities to establish the best way of bringing back sports leagues and competitions to universities in a safe and controlled manner.
Ex BUCS athlete JJ tells us of her ambition to referee the Premier League, challenges she has faced progressing through grassroots football, and what it's like being the face of a new Nike campaign.
Chief Executive of British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS), Vince Mayne, has joined leaders from more than one hundred sport and physical activity organisations in writing to the Prime Minister to urge him to ringfence funding for the recovery of the sports and activity sector.
This year, we are proud to present two new events, the BUCS Weightlifting & Para-Powerlifting Championships and the BUCS Handball Championships.
The upcoming BUCS season is going to be an extraordinary year. One of the biggest and most exciting changes is the addition of three new sports to the competitions programme.