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The A-Z of Societies at Sheffield University


Did you know that there’s over 300 societies at the University of Sheffield?!

Joining a society is one way to make sure you get the all-round experience of university at Sheffield. Its a great way to meet new people, learn or develop a skill or interest, give something back by volunteering and just generally have a fun break from uni work!

The beginning of a new academic year is the perfect time to sign up to a new society and see all it has to offer! As inspiration take a look at the 301 A-Z sample of all the weird and wonderful and ever-expanding University of Sheffield societies…

A – Anime Society

B – Black and Minority Ethnic Students Committee

C – Chess Society

D – Debating Committee

E – Erasmus Exchanges Society

F – Film Unit Committee

G – Gospel Choir Society

H – Horticultural Society

I – Ice Skating Society

J – Jewish Society

K – Korea Society

L – LGBT Plus Committee

M – Mental Health Matters

N – Nightline Committee

O – Open Mic Society

P – Pole Fitness Society

Q – Quidditch Society

R – Rock Society

S – Sexpression

T – Tea Society

U – UNICEF on Campus

V – Vegetarian and Vegan Society

W – Women in Business

X – Sorry! even Sheffield uni doesn’t have a society beginning with X! But maybe you could be the first to make one…

Y – Yoga and Pilates Society

Z – Zumba Society

And if none of these appeal to you, have a look on the Club & Societies site to find one that does!




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