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15 May 2020

How can I develop my Arts and Education network?

One of the most important aspects of a career in arts or education is networking, and the connections you make at university can last throughout your professional career and personal life.

But how are you supposed to develop these relationships – not to mention have some fun – while you’re stuck at home studying online?

Easy – join one of our awesome student societies! While many events have been postponed for the time being due to the COVID-19 pandemic, check out some of the Arts and Education-based clubs online to learn more about industry partners, have the chance to participate in future workshops and professional and volunteering opportunities, plus have a few laughs along the way!

Which society is right for me?

The Faculty of Arts and Education supports a number of student societies with a focus on academic and career-based opportunities, including the following clubs. If you’re interested in any of these clubs, make sure you follow them on Facebook so you’ll be alerted when their events recommence.

And remember you can stay connected with your faculty via the Arts and Education TwitterFacebook and Instagram channels for the latest news and events.

How do I join a society?

DUSA is your student association, run by students for students. When you join DUSA, you have access to a whole range of clubs and societies, including those specific to faculties.

Memberships range from bronze, silver and gold, which will give you access to discounts, short courses, trips, sporting teams, and the full range of clubs and societies. 

Find out more and join DUSA today!

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