The Queen Margaret Union plays host to many of the myriad clubs and societies of the University of Glasgow. From sport and science to film and literature, you can find a group of people with similar interests to yourself, or indeed discover new passions with your fellow students.
We offer a wide range of perks and benefits to the groups that choose to call the QMU home - and it's as easy a grabbing a form from the reception or from here and handing it in, or sending it to email@example.com.
Here's just some of the bangin' stuff we give you if you affiliate:
- Free meeting room hire 7 days a week
- Free Jim's Bar hire on Sundays, with 10% bar rebate for your club
- Special discounted rates for venue hire for big events
- Free advertising space here and in the Union
- Free passes to Cheesy
Our Clubs & Societies
As we build up our database of clubs and societies over the year, you'll be able to find their names, details and contacts right here.
The Cecilian Society
- The University of Glasgow's musical theatre society, putting on two shows every academic year.
Glasgow Student Dance Company
- Classes Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Glasgow University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Students' Association
- A students' society formed to provide an open and welcoming space for people under the LGBT banner.
Glasgow University Graphic Novel and Comic Society
- Holding social meet-ups, meetings for writers and artists looking to collaborate or for feedback on their work and a monthly graphic novel bookgroup ran in association with Plan B books.
Glasgow University Tigers
- A BUAFL and British American Football League team consisting of platers from the University of Glasgow.
International Socialist Group
- The ISG is a revolutionary socialist group based in Scotland. The ISG is anti-cuts, anti-war, pro-independence, for left unity and renewal.
POLIS (Politically Inspired Stage)
- POLIS stages non party-affiliated politically inspired theatrical productions and organises activities which give voice not only to those usually heard but those who are marginalised and who are in need by reason of financial hardship, oppression or other disadvantage.