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UCL Union Clubs & Societies



UCLU currently has 250 student run clubs and societies. Our Clubs and Societies are at the heart of the vibrant and friendly student community here at UCL.

Our Clubs and Societies are arranged into three main categories:

- Sports Clubs in which students can get involved either casually or competitively;
- Arts Societies which cater to a wide number of theatrical, musical and other creative tastes;
- General Interest Societies which cover a large number of areas, such as campaigning, faith and cultural activity.

Crucially, taking part in clubs and societies enables students to gain new skills and try activities that really enhance their CV!  is our central web page for club and society activity.

Students can also engage in the Union in a variety of other ways that will all enhance and develop key skills. This includes running for election as a student officer as part of our democratic process, volunteering, running student campaigns or working for us through our jobshop in a part time position.



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