One of the best things about going to university is all the societies you can join. They’re a great way to make friends and meet people with similar interests to you, that perhaps aren’t on your course. So here are just some of the amazing societies you could join as a student at The University of Nottingham.
This society was only formed in 2013 but is one of the largest Acappella societies in the UK. Whether you are very musical or only ever sing in the shower, they will have something for you, as within the society they have loads of mini-groups for different genres etc.
This ever-growing darts society are varsity champions for 2015, 2017, 2019 and 2020. So if you have an interest in playing darts, this is the society for you whether you are an expert in darts or have never thrown a dart before. The society takes part in all sorts of leagues and competitions but is a very chill group when they are not competing.
Who doesn’t love Lego? Except maybe someone who has just stepped on a piece. The Uni of Nottingham’s Lego Society is great fun, whether you want to take part in a team build or just get on with your own project in the company of others. This creative society is all about being productive, inspired, and having fun.
Pub Quiz Society
This society is perfect for all the competitive individuals who are passionate about trivia. They do loads of quizzes all year round, but not the typical pub quizzes you may be used too, as the society try and make their quizzes more student based and less for the over 50’s.
Sign Language Society
This friendly society offers a fun way to learn new skills and meet new friends. You don’t need any prior knowledge of British Sign Language to join, and the society runs weekly informal student-led lessons so everyone can practice what they know.
If you love baking, this is the society for you whether you’re a novice or an expert. The society do fortnightly baking sessions and skills sessions to help you expand your baking skills, plus you get to eat everything you make. The cake society also do theme decorating events where you can show off your skills.
Role-Playing and Wargames Society
This is the society to fulfil all your gaming needs, whether you prefer tabletop games, live-action roleplay, board games, etc. It’s a society for anyone that wants to escape reality and leave their day to day worries behind by living in a fantasy world for a few hours. The society has weekly events, so anyone who joins is spoiled for choice.
Economics & Finance Society
This society has over 1200 members and is one of the largest at The University of Nottingham, in fact, last year they were awarded the universities Student Union Gold Award. The Economics and Finance Society offer career advice, workshops, networking events, and much more. They also organise many affordable social events, as it’s also important to have fun.