Society Registrations

Our Society Registration process facilitates students in forming new societies.

Registrations

Introduction

Do you have an idea for a new society or want to bring back a society that is presently inactive? Our society registration process is here to facilitate you in doing just that!

Whether it’s just you and a few friends coming together to share an interest or something more formalised, forming a society is a great way to find others with that shared interest.

This process can also be used to re-register societies that have gone inactive. A list of inactive societies can be found here.

Registration guidance can be downloaded here.

Registration Process

Step one: Create an idea and appoint your team – a society needs to have at least 3 committee members including a President and Treasurer

Step two: Submit an idea by selecting “Application form” on the left hand menu and complete the application form.

Step three: Application will be reviewed by the Activities team.

Step four: Committee members will be invited to meet with the Activities team to discuss plans and objectives.

Step five: Approved applications will be listed on the website to gather support. For an application to succeed it will need to gather 20 votes within 21 days.

Step six: Once a society gathers the required number of votes, it will become viable for registration. Our team will be in touch confirm your registration and let you know the next steps.

Active registrations

Student Vote
A set society set up by students on the MSci Nursing degree, with an aim to bring all 4 cohorts together whilst creating a collective community and environment for our students/colleagues.
Date created
Nov 8, 2022
Last Update
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To create a society where students studying Radiography at Exeter can have access to a social environment to meet their peers outside of lectures. This will involve socials, stash, and academic help from students in higher years. This society will also help to raise the profile of Radiography at Exeter amongst other students.
Date created
Nov 8, 2022
Last Update
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Student Vote
This society is academic. We will promote opportunities to shadow surgeons in theatre, particularly for medical students in the pre-clinical years who are most keen to be involved. There are lots of topics to cover in ENT from the training to anatomy to common paediatric or adult presentations and head and neck cancer surgery. The junior doctors and a number of my medical student colleagues want to provide as much teaching as possible to help all stages of medical students, particularly highlighting the diverse nature of ENT surgery. I will also ensure ENT conferences and research are promoted within the society as this all helps develop the field and bolster applications for core surgical training.
Date created
Nov 8, 2022
Last Update
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The aim of the society will be to unite, promote and empower the Middle Eastern and North African people, community and cultures.
Date created
Nov 9, 2022
Last Update
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Student Vote
The Theology Society will offer students of the subject another way to meet people within their course in a social way, instead of academic. It's a fun, friendly, upbeat society for a particularly small course with the aim to create a family feel for all its members! Being academic based does not limit us to the discipline but gives a common interest, making it appealing to students within Theology. The society will cater to all preferences when it comes to socials, from debates to pub evenings. Ultimately, the society will be a welcoming community for anyone with a passion for Theology.
Date created
Nov 9, 2022
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The Archaeology and Forensics Society went dormant last year. We would provide a welcoming environment for students of both disciplines as well as any interested in learning more about archaeology or forensics. It aims to create a relaxed atmosphere where people can meet, socialise, study and feel comfortable during their time here in Exeter, whilst also promoting the study of archaeology and forensics.
Date created
Nov 9, 2022
Last Update
Never Updated