What We Do
What is the Scandinavian Society? First off, let us clarify it is open to everyone, no matter your nationality! We’d like to think of the society as the perfect way to meet new people, all while being introduced to the Scandinavian culture. We organize many diverse events, whether it’d be an ABBA social in a club, playing crazy games for Valborg at a park, or on a trip, they are guaranteed to give you times to remember: we give an authentic Scandic university experience.
Reasons to Join Us
Our cost of membership is only £4, and you will definitely get more than your money’s worth over the year! We provide cheaper tickets to all our events for members, as well as some of our larger events being exclusively available to you! And as we said, the society gives you an authentic Scandic university experience all the while having great fun, so why not join?
Upcoming Events (2018/2019):
Viking Pub Tour // Tuesday October 2nd // various locations in Bath
Trip to IKEA // Sunday October 7th // IKEA Bristol
European Night // November -tbc- // location: tbc
Pub quiz & Scandi society club takeover // November -tbc- // location: tbc
Scandinavian annual dinner // February -tbc- // location: tbc
ABBA social // March -tbc- // location: tbc
Pub quiz // March -tbc- // location: tbc
Valborg // May -tbc- // lake on campus
.. and many more to come!
Past Events (2017/2018):
Freshers' Meet & Greet // 30th September
Viking Pub Tour // 5th October
Nordic Acoustic Night // 24th November
Fika (informal) // 9th December
Scandi&Ski Pres // Jan 2018
Scandic Annual Dinner // 6th February
PUB Quiz // 15th March
The ABBA Social // 20th March
"Valborg": Beginning of Summer Drinks // 4th May
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Please always feel free to contact our Social Sec Laura Biro at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions!
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