Keele University

Clubs and social environment

Please tell us more about the social environment, sports clubs and societies and anything else you think candidates need to know about life at your university.


"Make sure you join a society as they have social events on Wednesdays and this allows you to integrate with new people and enhance your experience."
"There is a very large selection of sports clubs and student societies. Wednesday afternoons are devoted to sports training and sports socials take place on the Wednesday night."
"Keele University is very diverse and manages to satisfy everybody's needs and wants in the societies available. It is also very easy to open a new society to bring, innovate and invent new development strategies to help the society including different types of sports."
"There are quite a lot of societies to choose from but the social events mostly involve drinking."


"There is a great social environment at Keele as I think people have a great sense of belonging to the university. There are a great number of interest groups to be part of and opportunities to improve your CV. A lot of the sports played at Keele have nights where non-team members can go along to play."
"The uni has lots of choice and everyone is very friendly."
"There's a really good social life on campus and it's very welcoming."
"Keele has a fantastic community. You can make friends without joining a society or sports team but there's a good range of each and good friends to be found."
"Keele offers plenty of sports clubs ranging from rugby and martial arts to lacrosse and archery to water sports and even Quidditch. There are also lots of other societies including drama, sign language, pole dance, international, video games etc. In general, Keele Uni has a lovely community with students and staff being friendly and helpful."
"Great! There are numerous and varied sports and societies to choose from, there really is something for everyone."
"There's a wide selection available that you can find out about during freshers' and refreshers week."
"The social environment is fantastic, there is always something to do and there will always be someone there to help if you need it. There are lots of sports clubs ranging from lacrosse to equestrian."
"The university has quite a lot of sports teams and clubs to choose from."
"It's a real confidence builder with lots of sports clubs and societies as well as other things for students to get involved in."

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