Queen’s and BISC students don't limit their learning to the classroom. They join clubs, run for student government, try out for sports teams, and test their skills in academic competitions. At Queen's and the BISC, learning is about exploring all your capabilities — academic and otherwise — while learning the values of teamwork, and extending this knowledge to topics and causes that interest you beyond your major.
A well-rounded education produces well-rounded individuals, equipped to take on the world and succeed in life after graduation.
Things to do
For those of you who find the time and the energy beyond classes, volunteering, Experiential Learning Opportunities, the social programming, extra-curricular, sports, fitness classes and facilities available at the BISC, there are still options in the community. Whether your interest is rugby, rowing, football (soccer), or dance, you will find a comprehensive list on the East Sussex County Council website.
We advise you not to commit to any club before you are aware of your timetable, Experiential Learning Opportunities and transport considerations. Please do talk to someone in Student Services if you need advice or help in accessing a club in the local area.