It’s important to us that you enjoy an engaging academic experience at Yeovil College’s University Centre and there are many ways to get involved.
When you enrol onto a university level programme you will automatically become a member of Yeovil College’s Students’ Union (YCSU). You can then apply for your NUS card entitling you to a number of discounts at a huge number of shops, restaurants and services.
Represent the views of your fellow University Centre students by becoming a member of Student Voice. Meet with our Senior Management team to ensure that the voice, thoughts and opinions of your peers, about your experience, are being heard, and importantly, acted upon.
You will have the opportunity to become involved with the Yeovil College Corporation, where you will drive strategy and influence the direction of the College and University Centre.
College Clubs & Societies
Spending quality time with like-minded people is important, which is why we have developed a range of clubs, groups and societies for you to join during your down-time, including chess club, craft club, LGBTQ+ group, debating society or Christian Unity.
Guest Speakers – Past and Planned
We firmly believe in the importance of underpinning theoretical knowledge with real world
experience, which is why we have a programme of speakers.
Here are just a few:
- Dr Suzie Imber, Associate Professor from the University of Leicester and winner of BBC’s Astronauts: Do you have what it takes? talked about life on the BBC Astronauts programme and her challenging research;
- Ex-Fleet Street Journalist, Paul Nathansan, shared knowledge, experience and insight to inspire those hoping to work in the media industry;
- Oscar winner, Lord David Puttnam, provided insights into a career working in/with media, film making, communication and digital landscape;
- Sir Michael Barber, Chair of Office for Students, talked about the important role of the OfS.