What do all students have in common? That they are all here to study. From Biology to Dance, History to Fine Art and everything in between, being part of your academic community can really enhance your time at university. This is where our academic societies come in. They offer students a chance to extend their academic communities from the classroom and create academic peer support networks. These give students the space to discuss, create and develop in their subject area as well as give opportunities to socialise with like minded individuals.
Academic societies are open to all, regardless of which course you study on. So if you have an interest in science but study Graphic Communications, you have a place to nurture that interest outside of assignments, tasks and grades.
We would love to hear from any students wanting to help set up their subject's society. So if you are interested in seting up your subject's society please contact Rachel, the Representation and Advice Co-ordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org on how to get involved. In the meantime, please feel free to join any of the existing societies below!
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