UUSU Sport, in association with Sports Services, has expanded the Social Sport and Physical Activity Programme to include creative and high-energy activities to encourage greater participation in sport and physical activity on each campus. You do not need prior experience to attend any of our activities so you can get involved at the level you desire. Social Sport and Physical Activity aims to encourage greater participation in sport and physical activity on each campus.
The programme involves 4 elements:
Social Sport – one off sports tournaments or leagues for all students and staff at Ulster University, example, Ultimate Frisbee, Softball, Mixed Netball, Futsal;
Be More Active – classes to help you feel fit, healthy and more social, and open to all students and staff at Ulster University. Activities include, Walking Groups, Couch to 5Ks, Bootcamps;
Block Wars – for residential students only. One-off tournaments in association with Residential Services. Activities include Football, Touch Rugby, Softball, Ultimate Frisbee and an Old School Sports Day;
#ActiveFitSporty – for female students and staff only. Funded by Department of Communities and Sport NI, this programme aims to get more female students and staff Active, Fit and Sporty. Classes and courses include Zumba, StreetFit, Walking Netball, Glow Fit (UV paint provided) and Self Defence.
Social Sport is easily accessible, delivered on each campus and provided at minimal cost to participants. The different elements of the programme offer something for everyone. They are delivered in a way that requires a very limited amount of time so that participation can be fitted around academic study and work commitments. Social Sport and Physical Activity enhances YOUR student experience at Ulster University.
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Enhance your CV – Be a Sport Maker!
There are many opportunities to enhance your CV with UUSU Sport and the Social Sport and Physical Activity programme is one key area in which to do so. Be a Sport Maker and increase your skills in coaching, leadership, project coordination, marketing and many more. If you would like more information on becoming a Sport Maker on your campus please contact UUSU Sport.