Sports & Societies

Join a Club or Society and become a part of #TeamWorc

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 likeminded 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, 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, fundraisers 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:

Meg Lee, Vice President Student Activities: m.lee@worc.ac.uk


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: Karl Stanfield (Paramedics)
General Interest Societies Rep: Danielle Jones (Creative Writing)

Society Events

Join us on Friday 7th for a Bar crawl across Worcester! Bar Crawl
7th October 7pm - 11pm
The Crown Wetherspoons in Worcester
Join us this Friday for a Bar Crawl across Worcester!
Societies | Give It A Go
ACADEMIC MENTORSHIP/GIVE IT A GO SESSION
15th October 3pm - 6pm
This would be updated as soon as it it confirmed
We are inviting you to our academic mentorship/GIAG where you get to speak to students who have studied your course in the previous year and learn about plagiarism, academic misconduct, and student life in the university.
Societies | Give It A Go
Academic Talk by Prof. kay Mohanna
6th December 3pm - 4pm
TBC
Academic talk by Professor Kay Mohanna the programme director for Graduate entry Medicine (MBChB)
Societies
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