Clubs and Societies

University is a great time to try something new while meeting new people. Get involved by joining a society, there are over 100 to choose from! Ranging from academic groups to niche interests, there's something for you.

Got a great idea for a society but can't find one? Start your own and find other students who are interested.

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Resources for group leaders:
Committee Hub
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What's On(line)?

During this time, we are organising online events for you to join in with!

Got an idea for an event? Why not schedule something with your society?

We will add more events and activities throughout this period - make sure to keep checking this page!


BCUSU Events Black History Month 2020
1st October midnight - 31st October midnight
Learn about and celebrate the contributions of Black people, during October.
Law Society Law Soc Members Meet Up (On Campus)
26th October 6pm - 29th October 8pm
C020 The Hive, Ground Floor, The Curzon Building
Islamic Society ISoc Guest Talk | Mental Health
28th October 5pm - 7pm
We will be joined by Dr Mohammed Oomerjee for this talk.
Radiography Society Hogwarts Virtual Escape Room
28th October 5:30pm - 6pm
Even if you can’t physically get to Hogwarts, it doesn’t mean you can’t explore the magical wizarding world of Harry Potter from the comfort of your own home! Can you escape?

See More Online Events

Competitive Sports

Looking for Team BCU competitive sports teams? All BUCS sports are now managed by BCU Sport, part of the University.

Memberships, training and more information can be found on the BCU Sport website.


Volunteering is an enjoyable way for you to make a difference.

It provides a fantastic opportunity for you to develop key employability skills for your future career and to check out possible career paths, and most importantly of all, make new friends!

Find Opportunities

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Other Ways to Get Involved

Joining a society isn't the only way you can get involed with your Students' Union; having your say in our elections or being part of our representation network is a great way to take part.

Did you know we also regularly employ students at our outlets and in assisting roles that fit around your studies?

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