Amorphous, hydrolytically degradable, multi-phase block copolymer networks were obtained by photocrosslinking. The macrodimethacrylate precursors were prepared by ring-opening polymerisation (ROP). The aim of this investigation to tailor the materials' elasticity in the temporary shape could be achieved. Stress-controlled, cyclic thermomechanical tensile experiments showed the materials' excellent shape-memory properties with strain recovery rates up to 99 %. The presented amorphous, biodegradable polymer network system with shape-memory presents a new generation of multi-functional biomaterials enabling applications in keyhole surgery or controlled drug release.