UCL Sikh Society has been in existence for over 30 years making it one of the oldest societies at UCL. The community consists of students from over 150 countries, including Sikhs from all over the world.
We aim to bring Sikh and non-Sikh students together while always keeping our doors open and informing all students about Sikhism with its presence on campus. The society’s energetic committee works to engage our university’s Sikh community both spiritually and socially. We hold a variety of events ranging from career and mental health panels, to social events, volunteering and the Sikh Studies Course run by the Sikh Education Council.
Our presence at the university is most seen in our flagship events, the annual Kirtan Darbar and the Guru Ka Langar. We have also hosted collaborations with Sikh networks including Nishaan and seek to expand our activities by collaborating with other Sikh Societies in the University of London in the coming year.
For our activities last year, we are proud to have been awarded the Diversity and Inclusion Award by the UCL Students’ Union and nominated for Most Developed Society of the Year and Overall Society of the Year, competing with 316 societies in the Union.
This reflects the hard work and success of the committee in previous years to uphold the society’s values and inclusive spirit.
Meet the Committee!