What are they?

The University's global societies are sponsored by the International Office and are student-led groups open to all students and staff at the University. Their purpose is to represent different cultures, languages and countries on and off campus, include others, educate and learn from one another while making new friends and having fun along the way.

Who are they for?

They are FREE and open to all staff and students at the University. They are not exclusively for international students or just for students from a single country. 

How to get involved?

You can directly message the individual society or send a general message or query to the Campus Events team. There are hundreds of events that take place each year and you are welcome to join in or be a part of the experience. 

Not represented?

If your country or region of the world is not represented, then it's over to you. Get set up for FREE by contacting the Campus Events team.

These societies are free for everyone to join no matter where you are from. They do not support any political or religious beliefs and exist to promote cultural integration, making friends and developing the global mind set.

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Afghan Hispanic Pakistan
Algerian Hong Kong Palop 
American (North)
Indian Philippines
The Baltics
Indonesian Polish
Bangladeshi Iranian Portuguese
Belarusian Iraqi Qatari
Brazil Irish Romanian
British Chinese Exchange Italian Russian
British Cultural Jammu and Kashmir        Saudi Arabian    
Bulgarian  Japanese Scandinavian
Cameroonian Jordanian  South Korean                  
Chechen    Kazakh Spanish
Central Asian   Kurdish Sri Lankan
Chinese       Kuwaiti Swedish
Cypriot and Hellenic   Libyan Syrian
Czech-Slovak Lithuanian Taiwanese
East African Malaysian Thai
Egyptian Myanmar (Burma) Turkish
French Moroccan United Arab Emirates
German Nepalese
Ugandan
Ghana Nigerian Vietnamese
  Omani   

 

 

Our global societies 

Students at the University of Huddersfield talk about the different global student societies and global events taking place on campus.