Bishop Burton College has been named ‘Sports College of the Year’ at the annual Hull Daily Mail Sporting Champions Awards.
Sport is a big part of life here at Bishop Burton and we aim to encourage a healthy and balanced lifestyle amongst our members, through involvement in sporting and fitness activity, as well as providing a platform for those who have the ability and desire to be successful at the highest level possible.
The expertise and facilities combined create an environment that enables our teams to perform at the highest level in the UK.
From university premierships to the elite leagues in college sport, Bishop Burton is the only college in the north to provide opportunities at the highest level across more than 40 sporting disciplines.
Bishop Burton College student Rachael Woosey has been called up to represent England in the upcoming World Rugby HSBC Women’s Sevens Series.
Bishop Burton College has launched two new sports degrees to help develop a workforce capable of improving people’s health and wellbeing.
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has announced a partnership with Bishop Burton College to strengthen university rugby across the country. The collaboration will see RFU invest more than £220,000 into 15 universities sport programmes across the UK; Bishop Burton is the only college in the UK to receive funding.
With the semi –finals firmly in their sights, Bishop Burton College will be cheering on the GB Women’s Sevens team this week at the Rio Olympics, as they head one step further to Olympic medal glory.