Students' Union

The easiest way to make friends and get involved at University is to have something in common, whether that’s musical taste, sharing a faith, a mutual love of art, or just a way of life.

Coming to University isn’t just about getting qualifications, it’s about having fun, and Societies are a great way to do this.

Whilst the Union will try to engage, enable and encourage student activity, your experience is ultimately up to you, and so put in that effort to join a club or society. If there’s nothing suitable then why not set up your own?

The Students' Union currently has 60 societies to choose from so there is something for everyone.

Start a new Society

You may not find a society that meets your needs, or the needs of your friends and if this is the case, why not form your own? It is best to start off with an informal chat with the Student Union President (Student Activities) who will be able to run you through the process and answer any questions you may have.

For further information please click here.

"My top tip to any new student would be to get involved in as much as you can while at University, it will pay off in the end!"

Bronwen Edwards, Politics and Global Governance Student

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Last edited: 30/06/2016 06:23:00