Getting involved in student activities is a fantastic way to meet new people, learn a skill, or simply have fun! Whether you're interested in volunteering, competing against other universities in sport, or raising money for charity, you're bound to find something here.
Join a CSP
There are over 380 clubs, societies and projects to choose from - meet new people, learn a new skill, or just give it a go!
Start your own CSP
Not seeing your activity on the list? Start your own - you'll get lots of support from the Union.
Get support to run a CSP
On the committee for a club, society or project? Access training, resources, and day-to-day support.
We have over 380 Clubs, Societies & Projects which are all student led and student run. This is one of largest varieties of student led activities at a University in the UK and we are immensely proud of this. They relieve the student population from being all work and no play and help make your time here so much more than just studying. In the A-Z section you'll find a snippet for every single club including contact details and links to their own webpages and social media if they have them so have a browse. We're sure you're going to find a group that shares your interests! (and if not, create your own!) We divide our student groups into three main categories; Clubs, Societies and Projects.
Clubs are mostly student-led groups which undertake a range of sporting activities. Many of them play competitively in London-wide and national league competitions with BUCS as Imperial Athletes. Want something a bit more social? No problem. A number of clubs play in the London Universities Sport Leagues (LUSL) or offer an intramural league to play in.
The majority of our student groups are called societies. These vary widely from Faculty and Departmental societies, to Arts or Cultural groups, and many more. The terms clubs and societies are often very interchangeable and simply describe a group.
Projects are student led initiatives which aim to undertake community and outreach work, or raise money for charitable causes. These include groups who volunteer and coordinate activities in the local community and further afield working on international development projects abroad.