Aberystwyth University Clubs

By | 3rd April 2017

Aberystwyth University

Aberystwyth University Clubs

A Clubs and Societies Fayre is held every Freshers’ week where all societies and clubs are available for you to meet and join any which interest you. Societies usually charge a small membership fee; any specialist equipment used may cost more. You will need to buy a Club Sport membership to join a sports club, which allows you to use the Sports Centre’s facilities at a member’s rate.

If you can’t find your perfect club or society, why not create your own? The Students’ Union welcomes and supports students to set up new societies and sports clubs, all you need is a minimum of 20 members to establish your club/society.

Find out more about Clubs and Societies and what’s on offer….

Visit the Aberystwyth Students’ Union website

Aberystwyth Town Sports

In addition to the University Sport Facilities and Clubs; Aberystwyth Town offers an array of sporting facilities and clubs. Being located by the sea, Aberystwyth boast many watersports clubs. The town also has floodlit Tennis Courts, Bowling Green, Skate Parks and much more. View a comprehensive list of the Sports Clubs and Societies available in and around Aberystwyth.

As a student, you may want to work part-time during your studies to earn some extra money.  It’s also a great way of gaining valuable work experience and learning new skills.

Types of job

Our students work in a wide range of part-time jobs, from working in our Students’ Union, University ambassador roles to working in our Sports Centre. There are some job opportunities in the town also – working in pubs, restaurants and retail outlets.

Aberystwyth University Careers Service

The University has a careers service, which, as well as providing long-term career advice, has details about part-time work opportunities during term time.

Working at the Students’ Union

The Students’ Union is always on the look-out for new staff. Find job vacancies here

Working for the University

Working for the University as a student ambassador is a great way to gain valuable work experience such as event management, public speaking, and experience with social media in a professional context. The University employs ambassadors to work on Open Days, Visiting Days and on Campus School events.

Work placements

Your course may include an Industrial Year placement or, if not, you can select to take part in the Year in Employment Scheme (YES). Both the Industrial Year and the YES scheme offers you a fantastic opportunity to take a year out between your second and third year to work in an organisation in the UK or overseas. Both schemes will provide rewarding and worthwhile experiences, personally and professionally, and can help you to stand out from the crowd in a very competitive job market. The University’s Career Service will help you to explore your options and secure a suitable work placement.

AberForward Summer Scheme

The AberForward Summer Scheme is open to current second year and third year undergraduates to undertake full-time, paid work experience across the University. The summer placements offer a taster of a professional working environment that can help you to develop work-based knowledge and raise your confidence in finding future employment opportunities.

Already have a job?

If you already have a part-time job with a national chain which has a branch in Aberystwyth, it’s worth asking if you can transfer to the branch here.