We couldn’t keep it a secret anymore, although we tried really hard to. It is now official: Spark School is introducing Clubs and Societies for the first time, thus widening the variety of extracurricular activities students can participate in.
What are Clubs and Societies?
- You can join clubs where you’ll meet international people with similar hobbies, try something new or enjoy some downtime that is right for you. The clubs cover a wide variety of interests that you may wish to join. During clubs, you will attend a relaxing and enjoyable way of spending free time with your colleagues while doing something fun that brings value to your personal growth.
- If you want to grow your skills, take this opportunity to focus on your passions while deepening your knowledge in your desired learning field. This fantastic opportunity will allow you to access resources, group discussions, practical activities and keynote speakers that will enable you to share your common interests and have leadership roles.
What's the difference between clubs and societies?
The difference between clubs and society is that the first offers the chance to talk about hobbies, share opinions, and socialise in a more relaxing atmosphere, while societies are for meeting experts, joining leadership positions and doing practical activities.
Why should you join?
Improved academic performance
Students who participate in clubs and societies tend to have higher grades than those who don’t and are more likely to complete their degree on time. If you’re looking for a sign to start accelerating your academic path, this is it.
Enhanced social skills
Joining an international community can be really fun because you’ll be in a group of like-minded people. Clubs and societies can help you develop social skills and build relationships with your peers. What a great way to keep your mind active, make friends, enhance your social skills and diversify your friendships.
Joining clubs and societies related to your field can provide valuable networking opportunities and hands-on experience. According to a study by the American College Personnel Association, 94% of employers value students’ participation in extracurricular activities, and 80% believe such activities help students develop essential skills useful in the workplace.
Improved mental health
Participating in clubs and societies can positively impact students’ mental health by providing a sense of belonging, purpose, and community. Balance your academic life and immerse yourself in activities that allow you to develop responsibility while creating a positive routine.
What are the available clubs and societies?
|Art, fashion, and craft Club|
|Board Games Club|
|Robotics, maths & physics Club|
|Creative Writing Club|
|Language, travel and culture exchange Club|
|Social Media Influencing Club|
|Young IT engineers (gaming, software & coding)|
|Young people in sports|
|Music, film and composition|
|Drama & public speaking|
Ready to advance your skill set?
We believe every students’ life should be half study and half fun. Spark creativity and passions, get to know international peers and have fun, all at the same time. Join today!