The Association of British and Chinese University Students (ABACUS) is a distinct society that embraces both the British and the Chinese cultures in UCL.
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The Afghan Society welcomes anyone and everyone who has an interest in celebrating all things Afghan, from its poetry and literature, to its fashion and food!
We’ll host many exciting events throughout the year, for example:
UCLU ACS is a student run organization providing a wide range of opportunities for its members and the wider community. Our aim is to educate, empower, entertain and engage our members.
Man is either your brother in religion or your brother in humanity (Imam Ali, successor to the Holy Prophet) Ahlul Bayt refers to the household of the last Islamic Prophet, Muhammed (PBUH).
AIESEC is an international student organization, with 60 years of existence, over 86,000 members, 113 countries and 2100 universities involved. It is a platform for students to develop into future leaders to make this world a better place.
If you are interested in Albania, why not join the UCLU Albanian Society? This society provides a window of information for anybody interested in Albanian Culture, history and current affairs. Come and join us for an insight into all things Albanian.
A society dedicated to celebrating American culture through sports, holidays, charity and politics. We’ll be hosting a Super Bowl party, Thanksgiving dinner, movie nights, speakers and much more.
Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights independently of any political party or religion.
Our society deals with everything related to the media called Japanese Animation, or Anime in short. Whether you're just curious about anime or a long-term fan, our society is the one for you.
Formed in 2001, the UCLU Anti-War Society (formerly Stop the War Society) is one of the longest continuously running and active anti-war student groups in the country.
The UCLU Arabic Society is dedicated in providing an Arabic community within UCL that welcomes all individuals seeking to experience and learn about the Arabic culture.
Founded in 2010 by a group of Armenian students, the UCL Armenian Society provides a link between Armenian culture, society and language, and student life at University College London.
UCLU Art Society provides an inclusive and encouraging environment for art lovers to enjoy both making and appreciating art. Here are just some of the things we have planned for the year ahead:
Jeremy Bentham said that no government ought to establish any system of belief on the subject of religion.
We know this, and we tend to agree.
The Azerbaijan Society UCLU is a cultural society that aims to unite and support all Azerbaijani students at UCL, and create networking opportunities with other students, organisations and societies. We also wish to familiarize all the students of UCL with Azerbaijan’s rich cultural heritage, tra