SUSU shortlisted in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2019
Based on the 41,000 student reviews this result not only recognises the very large number of clubs and societies we offer (over 300), but also the commitment and passion of the hundreds of members who run the groups on a daily basis.
Our mission is to unlock the potential and enrich the life of every student at the University. One of the ways we do this is by funding and supporting our affiliated clubs and societies, to ensure that all of our members can get involved in the sport or activity they are interested in. So far this academic year we have allocated £242,401 to our clubs and societies.
Acting SUSU President Steve Gore commented to Wessex Scene,
“It’s awesome to see Southampton has been shortlisted for two well deserved awards in the WhatUni? Student Choice Awards. What makes these awards significant is that they are decided entirely by reviews submitted by our students… Our massive offer of 300+ clubs and societies has been shortlisted for the second year in a row, truly cementing what we do as sector leading.”
Last year SUSU placed 9th in this category at the 2018 Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
Southampton has also been recognised for the great work with Postgraduate students having also been shortlisted amongst the UK’s top universities for Postgraduate experience.
This academic year we have held Postgraduate breakfast clubs, games nights and a Christmas party all free to our Postgraduate students. You can read more about what’s available here.Tags: clubs and societies, positive, students, year