There are a large number of student organisations at Umeå University. On this page we aim to one day have gathered most of them, but for now we can at least present a few. Hopefully you can find one or two that interest you and that can help enrich your social life while you are here in Umeå.
Are you curious about God or religion in general? Looking for other Christian students or people who want to find out about God? You are welcome to join us in Credo. They organise discussion groups, prayer/worship meetings,
lectures, "fika", parties and so on. You can contact them via E-mail with questions.
Humlan is a non profit cultural organisation who's main goal is to produce quality musical events, but also cinema and some theatrical events.
If you want to be part of arranging these cultural events you can contact Humlan on 090-12 61 80 or E-mail to become a member and "sign up for duty".
If you want to make new friends, find people to play some floor ball with or learn what a "sittning" is, then joining a "Nation" is definitely the thing for you! You can find them in Lindellhallen during lunchtime where they are available to answer questions or sell you a membership. You can also E-mail them.
A student orchestra with a sence of humor. If you are interested in playing with them or just want to find out more about them you can E-mail them.
The student radio station consists of students producing radio shows for students. If you are interested in being on the radio you can E-mail them. You can also listen to the student radio via their website or on 102,3 MHz. Some of the programmes are in english, produced by international students.
Umeå Association of International Affairs is a politically and religiously independent non-profit organisation. They aim to increase awareness and promote debate concerning international issues by
- Organising lectures once a week on current issues
- Arranging debates on varied political topics
- Setting up movie nights and gasques
- Planning educational trips to different countries
- Writing, discussing and reflecting on political and global issues