The FISU Forum is a biennial gathering of students and staff/senior figures involved in university sport from around the world. Great Britain has been represented at each of the previous nine forums.
The Forum offers delegates from all nations the opportunity to compare the university sport programmes and provision within different countries, as well as to discuss the role of FISU and its sporting programme. Each day contains conference-style discussions, workshops and presentations, as well as cultural excursion.
The last FISU Forum was held in Montpellier, France from the 4-9 July 2016. The main theme being University and Sport: from the origins towards the future of university sport.
Matt Nicholson – student delegate, VP Sport, Nottingham Trent University
Kiri Madhani - student delegate, BUCS Intern
Chris Purdie – staff delegate, Sports Development Coordinator, Stirling University
Amy Seaman – staff delegate, Sport Development Manager, BUCS
For further information from the Forum read the Team GB review and video here. Presentations from the Forum are available from the left column.
To view the Organising Committee webpages please click on the poster to the right of this page.
The 2018 FISU Forum will be held in Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation from 6 - 11 August.