Clubs and organisations

Student clubs and organisations play an important role at XJTLU and we have more than 120 organisations centred on art, sports, entrepreneurship, social service, academia and science to name but a few.

Life at XJTLU

We host a Model United Nations, while the Student Union plays an active role in shaping campus life and academic experiences. We also have an arts centre that gives students the opportunity to get involved in a range of creative activities.

Our campus even has its very own student enterprise park where you can try developing a new product of starting your own business.

Student Union

The Student Union is a self-governing organisation open to all XJTLU students. It strives to serve the student body, lead and promote campus culture, and represent students’ voices in University development. It’s also a communications channel between the University and students.

I have made lots of friends by participating in various club activities and have improved many of my skills and capabilities.

Shikang Zhang Student, BSc Financial Mathematics, China

Activities and events

The Student Organisation Support Centre supports a number of initiatives and events on campus, including:

Freshers' Fair

The annual Freshers' Fair brings all student clubs and organisations together at the beginning of each new academic year to recruit new members. It is your chance to find out more about the clubs and organisations on offer and perhaps join in some of their activities.

Leadership training programme

The leadership training programme (WinX) creates opportunities for students, especially student club leaders, to develop their skills in strategic planning, decision making, and project management. The leadership programme can help you contribute better to the communities you’re part of.

Volunteer Academy

The Volunteer Academy coordinates volunteering activity at the University, encouraging students to get involved in volunteering opportunities and providing training and for the running of volunteer projects. It aims to inspire leadership and citizenship through volunteer activity that benefits both the local community and students’ growth.

Social practice programme

Our students are global citizens who have a strong sense of social responsibility. The social practice programme encourages and guides students to make contributions to the development of society through team projects varying from public-benefit activities to investigations of social issues.