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Clubs and Societies

Clubs and Societies

Meet new people, have fun and make the most of your time at Queen’s by joining one of our 220+ clubs and societies.

Over 15,000 students are members of our student-led clubs and societies.

Clubs and Societies at Queen's

Discover the huge range of Clubs and Societies on offer at Queen's.

CHANGE THE CONVERSATION

Argue your point with the Literific Debate Club, or if your passion is politics then you can join one of many political societies at Queen’s. Alternatively, help raise money and awareness for a number of great causes by volunteering for one of our charitable and environmental clubs

MEDIA AND GAMING

Enjoy all things gaming with the Dragon Slayers Society, make your mark in the world of film or music, or host your own radio show with Queen’s Radio society.

ARTS, CULTURE AND LANGUAGE

Learn a new language and more about a foreign culture or simply meet up with students from the same part of the world as you.

Create a masterpiece with a brush (Art club) or a camera (Photography club).

If languages and culture are more your thing why not join An Cumann Gaelach, the French club or the Japanese club.

SPORTS

The largest group of clubs at Queen's is sports; and no wonder with our state-of-the-art fitness facilities offering the perfect place to practice all sports imaginable, from Tennis to Taekwondo and a full range of team sports for all levels. Water sport clubs include sailingsurfing, the boat club and for the more adventurous, underwater hockey!

Mental Health

Mind Your Mood is a student led mental health campaign that offers free mental health awareness workshops to students.

Our workshops equip you with skills to manage stress and improve emotional resilience, and provide information about the early warning signs of common mental health problems, including stress, depression and anxiety.

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220+
Clubs and Societies
15,000+
Student members of clubs and societies

“Our annual ski trip is often quoted by members as “the best holiday of my life”. If you’re a keen or newbie skier, it’s a chance to develop a new skill, see a beautiful part of the world, and get to know students from across Queen’s.”

Zach Scott (QUB Snowsports Club Captain )

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