The University Centre Bishop Burton’s Student Association is an active, student-led organisation that can help students:
The student association works continuously to help students shape their own student experience and be a part of a larger learning community. Students are always encouraged to be a part of the association or share their thoughts and ideas with the leadership committee.
Bishop Burton is a great place for students to socialise, develop their interests and broaden their horizons outside of the classroom. The university centre hosts hundreds of events on its campus across the academic year, so there’ll always be something going on.
The student association is responsible for organising and supporting a range of student events, spanning a variety of interests and putting on all sorts of fun activities. Any student can join the student association and get involved in something great, pass on their ideas, or just enjoy a rich calendar of activities every year.
The University Centre Bishop Burton is a unique place to be a student, offering learners a serene rural environment in which to learn and grow while remaining connected to a range of exciting activities.
In the centre of 500 acres of beautiful gardens and farmland, students at UCBB can access a range of scenic walking trails directly from the campus. Just a stone’s throw away is the town of Beverley and a number of picturesque villages, offering a range of refreshments and leisure activities.
Bishop Burton is an excellent base for accessing long-distance cycling and walking routes in areas, like the Yorkshire Wolds, and is a well-regarded spot amongst hikers and bikers across the country.
Bishop Burton is well-connected to the rest of the UK and means students can access the shops, cultural activities and transport connections of Hull in less than 60 minutes by public transport, and York less than 90 minutes away.
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