Nigerian society endeavours to be a unifying body that represents the interest and speaks on behalf of all students at the University with a connection to Nigeria. Our passion is to create a platform where Nigerians can share ideas and foster better relationships amongst ourselves. We feel that a strong Nigerian society will attract more potential students from Nigeria willing to study abroad to the University of Southampton. We also believe that we could, through the Nigerian society contribute to the the rich multi-cultural environment that exists here in Southampton.

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The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Nigerian Society this year are:

Victor Emmanuel
President
Hakeem Omolabi
Publicity officer
Maureen Usiagwu
Secretary
Oyinkansola Oke
Vice President
Vivienne Rwang
Welfare/Pastoral Officer

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Membership Information

These are the current membership fees offered by Nigerian Society, although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.

You must be a member of the Students' Union to join a club or society
NameCostValid PeriodDetails
Nigerian Society Standard Membership£5.0004/10/2021 - 03/10/2022Becoming a registered member of the Nigerian society will allow you to be securely emailed about all events, activities and programme planned by the society. You will receive exclusive access to a number of society benefits including academic support, pastoral support and discounted event fees and ads price on our newsletters with lots of refreshments.

Constitution

All SUSU clubs & societies must have a Constitution which governs how they run

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Health & Safety

All clubs & societies are required to risk assess their activity to ensure it is carried out in a safe manner for members. Current risk assessments for Nigerian Society are available to view below