Clubs and societies
With over 120 clubs and societies, there's a club for every taste. From tramping, canoeing, photography, politics, dressing up as a superhero, drinking wine or eating desserts. Clubs help balance your studies and grow your network.
Joining a club is a great way to balance your academic career with something that takes you away from the books and gets you into an activity that you've never tried before, or something that you used to do.
If you want more information on the clubs, or if you are an administrator for a club and you need to update your contact details, please contact our clubs administrator.
Details around how to apply for funds for 2013.
A full list of all the clubs that you can sign up for.
Clubs that have a scholarly focus - whether it's a common interest or a course taught at the University.
Clubs for the politically minded with youth clubs for the country's major political parties and other politics-based groups.
Clubs and societies to find others who share your religious beliefs or to learn about other religious factions.
From culture-oriented groups and associations to language clubs.
For those wanting to do more for the environment.
Clubs that are focussed around a faculty or department, looking at creating groups to help with coursework and knowledge.
For those who like performing on stage with their voice, dance moves, writing or theatrical skills.
Interest-based clubs for those who wish to learn a new skill, continue their own learning or just meet others with similar tastes.
Football, rugby, martial arts, ultimate - all clubs you can join or support.
Information for when you can't find what you want so you want to start one of your own.
All the latest news from our clubs and societies.