Student groups and societies are a great way to meet like-minded students. From hobbies and skills, to politics and campaigning, there is a vibrant community of groups across campus.
As your students' union, the Guild of Students is home to over 500 student groups and associations, and if you can't find one to suit, you can start your own! You'll find groups for a whole range of interests and activities, and the Guild of Students is supporting groups throughout this uncertain time.
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Some societies are run separately by the relevant departments, such as The Holdsworth Club (Law) and UBRacing.
University Music, partnering with the University of Birmingham Music Society, organise and deliver a huge variety of ensembles, concerts, workshops, and social events throughout the year covering jazz to classical and everything in between, with more than 600 students rehearsing and performing alongside UoB staff and local residents across 36 groups. You can get involved by visiting their website for more information - all students are encouraged to take part regardless of your academic discipline or musical ability.
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The Multi-Faith Chaplaincy at St Francis Hall (O2 - Edgbaston campus) offers an inclusive space for prayer, meditation, relaxation and more. All students are welcome, whether you consider yourself to be religious or not. You can speak to the full and part-time chaplains, attend groups and events, or just visit and use the space available. Subscribe to the weekly newsletter to find out about regular and upcoming events.
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