Formations

LUU has 320+ fantastic clubs and societies providing students with recreational opportunities. Our societies and the staff and student leaders who support them combine to create a fun, celebrated, and lively community that we are proud to be a part of. If you have a new idea for a club or society, then the Activities Executive want to hear about it! This guide will outline the steps and considerations you must take for the best chances of a successful formation.

You will be undertaking an exciting project with your application with the chance to learn some excellent skills. However, please note that we are limited in the number of groups we can form each year. Therefore, this is a competitive process, and the Activities Executive are looking to see your idea at its best, understand the impact you will make, and be sustainable for years to come.

This guide contains all you need to know about the steps to form your society.

Open Formations

Student Vote
Dr Bhimrao R Ambedkar, a scholar and jurist by training and profession in colonial India, post India’s independence became the architect of India’s constitution. Alongside this, he also emerges as the tallest leader and figure of the communities and groups historically oppressed by the social structure of caste, gender and their intersection. A part of Dr Ambedkar’s legacy lies in the UK; given his higher education from London School of Economics, University of London and Gray’s Inn. In England, Dr Ambedkar now has the ‘Ambedkar Museum’ dedicated to him at 10 King Henry’s Road, NW3 London where he lodged in the 1920s, and the ‘Ambedkar Room’ - named after him at Gray’s Inn where he was called to the bar in 1922. He also has an entry in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography of ‘men and women who have shaped British History and culture, worldwide, from the Romans to the 21st century’. In a way to honour his excellence and contribution as a lawgiver, labour leader, and champion of women’s rights, this society is named after him. This society shall strive to propagate his ideas and thoughts on law, political science, and social anthropology. However, this society shall not be limited to only to Dr Ambedkar, rather it will celebrate and commemorate the icons of social justice and progressive movements across the globe including Mahatma Phule, Iyoothee Thass, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King – all of whom have promoted equality and human rights.
Date created
Nov 22, 2023
Last Update
Never Updated
Student Vote
Our aim is to reduce loneliness in senior populations in Leeds by having regular meetings with isolated/under stimulated members of the community.
Date created
May 20, 2024
Last Update
Never Updated