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Welcome to the UoW Jitsu Society


We are teaching Jitsu every Wednesday at St Johns Campus, we aim to provide our members with a diverse and rewarding training experience for all levels of ability from beginners to those who have been training for years. Jitsu is a Japanese Martial Art with a with heavy focus on maintaining the traditional elements which make it so distinct from other hobbies, it can be used by men and women in all ages as a means to counter situations you might find yourself in, such as harassments, physical assault and even armed assault. Jitsu focuses on things like locks, holds and throws. This variety of techniques will make anyone who trains with us a more well-rounded martial artist and can be the first stepping stone to the world of martial arts, such as MMA.


As a member you will have the chance to compete at a number of events throughout the year, such as Atemi (striking) and Randori (judo) Nationals. Martial Arts are not just about learning how to fight, but also developing your discipline, confidence and self-esteem. Learning Jitsu gives you an opportunity to develop yourself as a person along the way.


Hope we will see on our next session! :)



Training times

(All sessions are in Gym 1 on St Johns Campus)

Wednesday: 6:15-8:15pm


Of course University isn't just about working and training, so we will be having a series of events and socials throughout the year which will add to your experience with the society, from pub crawels to quiz night there's something for everyone with the Jitsu Society. We are run by students, for students and believe in giving as many people as possible from all backgrounds the chance to participate in what we believe to be one of the most enjoyable and rewarding hobbies you can do.



For further information contact:

Chair: Luke Quinlan -

Secretary: Emily Batson -

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