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OULS (The Open University Law Society)

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In this session we hope to raise your awareness of the benefits of becoming a member of a student society, with a specific focus on OULS. All OU students have a unique opportunity to get involved with people who share similar interests to you via the ever-growing number of affiliated societies, regardless of which course you are studying. Whether you feel socially isolated, overwhelmed or simply want to learn more about extra-curricular activities available to you, joining one of the 20+ (and growing) societies allows you to make new friends, enhance your career prospects and enjoy your time as a student.

During this session we will discuss:

  • The range of societies available, the benefits of joining a society, and how to become a member
  • How societies work and how to get involved in running your own society
  • Introduction to OULS, who we are, what we do, what we can do for you
  • Overview of events and opportunities
  • How to join

Presentation time: 
Wednesday, 31 January, 2018 - 19:30
With: 

James Sudworth

I have been studying law at the OU for 4 years and have been fortunate enough to live all over the UK. The Open University enabled me to study without being geographically restricted, however studying in isolation was never an option for me.

Jennifer Wharton

Based in Coventry, Jennifer Wharton has recently completed her fourth and final year, and will graduate in October.

 

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