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Create a Lifetime of Memories

Discover exciting new hobbies, unleash hidden talents, find a new passion or indulge in what you already love. Being part of a society welcomes you in to a family of like minded individuals and is a really great and exciting place to make new friends.

Not only do societies offer a unique platform to make friends, learn new things and have fun, being part of a society means you could win awards, attend conferences, ceremonies and gain transferable skills.  All the experience you will gain is a great addition to boost your CV. Ask any society member what the best part of their society is and as well as society activities the socials are sure to be high on the list. Activities, meals, and Union events are key parts of the academic calendar, so there’s not a chance to get bored! And if you do, join more societies!

All of our current societies are listed on our Societies A-Z page, and each has their own online profile. So to find out more about any of our Societies, simply click on their name to be taken directly to their area of the website.

Want to know more?

Email any questions you have to:

Vice President Student Activities: Sophie Glenny - 

Student Engagement Coordinator: Eleanor York -  

Your Society Representatives:

Do you want to feedback any issues or comments about Societies, the Students' Union or the University? Contact your representatives below, who will take any concerns or proposals to Student Council

Academic Societies Rep: Position available 
General Interest Societies Rep: Leanne Bowers (Loco)

LGBT History Month
6th February 9am - 28th February 8am
Along with your LGBT+ Officer Jordanne Wozencroft and the LGBT+ Society, we’re hosting a number of special events throughout February to celebrate LGBT History Month.
The Hangar | Societies | Arts and Culture
Pitt Rivers Trip, Oxford
10th March 9am - 8pm
Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford
Discover the collection of General Pitt Rivers!
Trip to MCM Comic Con, Birmingham
17th March 9:30am - 7pm
NEC Birmingham, North Ave, Marston Green, Birmingham B40 1NT
A collaboration between The Gaming, Marvel/DC and Dungeons & Dragons society. £8 per person (covers event ticket and travel) if you are a member of any of the collaborating societies. £17 for non-members. Event takes place Saturday 17th March.
MCM Comic Con Birmingham Information
17th March 10am - 7pm
NEC Birmingham
Guest Speaker Cat Lodge & the real world legislation in archaeology
21st March 7pm - 9pm
St Johns Campus
Our very own Cat Lodge!
Guest Speaker Kevin Cootes & The site of Poulton, Chester
23rd April 7pm - 9pm
St Johns Campus
Come find out what its like as a working field archaeologist!
'Aromatherapy for Childbirth' Study Day - STUDENT MIDWIVES ONLY
13th June midnight - 14th June midnight
St Johns Campus.
The 'Aromatherapy for Childbirth' study day will broaden your knowledge on aromatherapy oils commonly used in midwifery practice. Only 30 spaces available. First come, first serve. Tickets must be bought by March 2018.
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