Aims and Objectives:
The Politics Society is one of the best-regarded academic societies on campus. Ideal for anyone studying politics or international relations, or simply for anyone with just an interest in politics and world affairs, the society aims to increse knowledge, interest and participation in politics.
Each term, we organise guest speakers, to offer insight into differing areas of politics, along with information on future careers students may be considering within a political field. Along side these talks, we also host networking events, regular socials, a formal Winter Ball, and intramural sports teams.
The Society is also responsible for running The Witness - the university's very own, student-run politics journal. This is published once a term, and features articles written by you, the students.
The Politics Society is non-partisan, and aims to hold events for people of all political persuasions. It is the perfect addition to a Politics or International Relations course, and with members spanning all three years, and even some postgrad members, the society is the perfect forum to meet new people and to get to know classmates better.
Here you can vote for your Politics Society Committee 2019-2020!
A Politics Society election
6 posts are up for election.
Nominations are now closed.
The polls are open and will close at 20:00 on Sunday 24 March 2019 (in 20 hours)