Start your own Student Group

START YOUR OWN STUDENT GROUP 

Welcome to the new student group application page! Have you got an exciting idea that nobody else is doing? Would you like to give your CV a little boost? If you've got an interest that doesn't already exist in our list of groups, why not be the trailblazer that sets it up!

 

Here is the 5 step process of setting up your own student group. 

1. First you will need to fill in an application form - you can complete the form here.

2. One of our Activities Team will let you know they have received your application within 10 working days (Monday-Friday). They may ask you a few more questions to strengthen your application. 

3. All applications are reviewed by our Student Officer panel at their catch up meetings. 

4. Once this meeting has taken place, you will receive a decision on your application. 

5. If your application is successful, you will receive training and support from the Activities Team to help you get your group up and running. If your application is unsuccessful, we will let you know why.

 

And it's as simple as that!

If you have any questions at all, get in touch with us at studentgroups@ljmu.ac.uk

 

Please be aware that we will not be accepting any further applications for weekly competing and/or high cost sports clubs this year due to funding. We may consider these applications if the group can demonstrate that it is self-sufficient and can run without requiring funding support from us for its first year.

 

An exciting opportunity for Engineering and Art & Design students!

JMSU and Liverpool John Moores University, in partnership with Unilever, Sensor City and University of Liverpool and numerous Sensor City businesses and members, would like to offer the chance for students to set up their own Makers Society. The benefits of setting up this group include the following: 

  • Access to internship opportunities

  - There are currently 5x UoL Coding & Robotics Society members on paid summer placements

  - 5x LJMU students have been placed at Sensor City in the past year on paid Career Accelerator projects

  - 1x LJMU Mechanical Engineering student has been appointed on a 1-year paid internship, commencing summer 2019

  • Provision of industry relevant projects e.g. Unilever (good for student CV’s / portfolios and a good introduction to potential employers) and opportunities to work on interdisciplinary projects.

  • Access to some of Sensor City's prototyping facilities on Wednesday afternoons (during term time). Sensor City equipment includes additive manufacturing equipment (including 3D printers), electronics and electrical engineering testing and diagnostic equipment, computer suite and VR equipment.

  • Provision of selected electronics components and other prototyping materials

  • Membership of Sensor City for all society members, giving access to free events, links to companies and facilitated research and placement opportunities

  • Free society meet up space on Wednesday afternoons including breakout spaces, free tea/coffee and free WiFi

If you would be interested in helping to run this group and be part of this unique experience, please contact studentgroups@ljmu.ac.uk