Student societies are groups of like-minded students who aim to promote an activity or cause on campus. It is also the one of the best ways to make new friends, and make the most out of your university life. Trying a new sport or hobby is a perfect break from the academic pattern of student life.
We realise that some students who live in the local area choose to stay at home and commute to classes. For new students moving into student accommodation, it's often a bit easier to meet other students, so our Student Services team has created a closed Facebook group for any students who will continue to live at home.
You can use this group to find out what is happening in the university and connect with other local students or those that commute to the university. You will be asked to answer a few questions before being allowed to join the group, this is to ensure that only students from the University can join.
Welcome /Freshers Week is a great opportunity for you to get involved in a variety of activities and events. It is also another good chance to meet other new students and familiarise yourself with the campus facilities and buildings. Look out for events which aim to bring students together in the Welcome Events Programme some of which are may be of interest to you or those specifically aimed at Mature Students.
Peer Connections is a welcoming, buddying and mentoring scheme to help all students settle in, show you around, meet, mix and share information and experience with other students. Buddy groups are offered to all incoming exchange students by Peer Connections. Individual mentoring for new students is also offered. Email firstname.lastname@example.org