Study associations Faculty of Arts
Here you can find the study associations that are affiliated to the Faculty of Arts.
ACSI is a study association for the students of Information Science at the University of Groningen. ACSI’s main aim is to represent the interests of its members and to stimulate contact between the students, companies and the faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen. In this way, ACSI organizes a vast array of activities such as socials and trips.
Bachur is the study association for all archaeology students of the University of Groningen. Next to offering various leisure activities, Bachur’s goal is to expand archaeology students’ network in order for students to find out where they would like to work. In this way, Bachur organizes various activities such as field trips and socials.
Boréas is the study association of the bachelor Greek and Latin Language and Culture and the associated master programs in Groningen. Boréas organizes several annual events for its members including an introduction camp and a Christmas dinner. Besides leisure activities, Boréas also organizes study related activities such as lectures and excursions.
Clio is the study association of International Relations & International Organization at the University of Groningen. The objective of Clio is to combine academic development and social activities to stimulate integration between students and between students and professors. Besides that, Clio wants to represent the students IRIO. To fulfill these objectives, Clio organizes a vast array of activities ranging from an annual conference to socials and parties.
Commotie is the study association for all communication students in Groningen. By offering study-related activities, Commotie intends to bridge the gap between theory and practice. In this way, Commotie organizes company visits and workshops in order to give students an idea of what might be their future job. Besides study-related activities, Commotie also organizes socials and parties for its members.
E Pluribus Unum (EPU) is the study association for students who study American Studies. EPU’s main goal is to unite all American Studies students, both from the Bachelor and Master programs. By doing so, the study association can represent the entire student body in their interests, and provide them with ample opportunities to expand those interests. EPU organizes a vast array of activities, ranging from monthly (themed) drinks to study trips abroad.
Esperia is the study association for students European Languages and Cultures of the University of Groningen. The aim of Esperia is to enhance the bond between students and the bachelor program of European Languages and Cultures. To realize this goal, Esperia often collaborates with other organizations in Groningen in order to provide a vast array of activities to its members. Activities organized by Esperia include socials, company visits and a trip abroad.
IK is the study association of Arts, Culture and Media at the University of Groningen. IK organizes various study-related activities and aims to create an atmosphere in which students can study successfully. Activities organized by IK include an introduction camp, a careers week and a trip abroad.
Max L. Snijders (Max) is a study association for students and former students of the master in Journalism at the University of Groningen. The main aim of Max L. Snijders is to enhance the already close ties between students during their study, which is realized by organizing lectures, monthly socials and excursions. These activities also provide members the opportunity to meet senior students and alumni.
Meander is the study association of Arts and Architectural History at the University of Groningen. The aim of this study association is to unite its members and to offer additional activities in which both social and educational aspects play a role. The activities organized by Meander range from interesting lectures to excursions abroad. During these activities, the academic background of the lecturer is also being addressed in order to establish a link with the future career of students of Arts and Architectural History.
MESA is the study association of the bachelor of Media Studies. The association aims to help the cultural and academic growth of its members as well as improve contact between them. Additionally, the association plays a vital role in promoting and introducing the bachelor to both new and prospective students
NUTS is the study association of the English department in Groningen. The aim of NUTS is to make studying English as pleasant as possible by organizing several fun activities throughout the year. In this way NUTS has something to offer for every student, ranging from socials and pub quizzes to an annual trip to the United Kingdom or Ireland.
Siduri is the study association for both Bachelor and Master students of Middle East Studies at the University of Groningen. Siduri aims to create a unifying environment for its students by organizing study related activities, such as lectures and trips, but also socials and an annual Christmas dinner.
TW!ST is the study association for the students of Linguistics at the University of Groningen. By organizing both study related and non-study related activities, TW!ST aims to unite its students in a different way than only in a study related setting. Study related activities include company visits, symposia, and other lectures. Non-study related activities include activities such as socials, an annual gala and pub quizzes.
Ubbo Emmius is the study association of the History department at the University of Groningen. Ubbo Emmius is an association in which leisure activities and professional events are combined. GHD Ubbo Emmius has set up a career committee in order to advise and inform its members in the field of study, internships and professions. Each year this committee organizes two trips to institutes or companies, such as the European Parliament in Brussels. In addition, every year a career conference is organized with speakers of different fields and alumni who can familiarize history students with their life after graduation.
Study association ZaZa is the study association for the study Dutch Language and Culture of the University of Groningen. On October 5, 1992 the association was founded, by a number of enthusiastic students. This turned out to be the ideal foundation for the flourishing association ZaZa is today. As a study association for Dutch Language and Culture, naming the association after our beloved alphabet seemed a perfect fit. After all, what are language and literature without letters? Take the first and the last letter of our alphabet, double them, add a touch of creativity and there it is, our name ZaZa. The goal of ZaZa is to bring together students with a passion for the Dutch language by organizing both study-related and non-study-related activities.
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