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De Montfort Students’ Union (DSU) is an independent organisation led by students that is available to ensure that students have a representative voice at the university. Based centrally on campus, the SU is available to any students who need advice or guidance on any subject.
DSU also looks after more than 120 societies, numerous volunteering groups and the award-winning Demon Media, all of which give students a chance to be involved with something amazing while at the university and make memories that will last.
There is a wide range of different clubs and societies that students can join through the students’ union.
On the DSU website, students can find information about every society, what they entail and how students can join. Students are welcome to join as many clubs and societies as they have time for, with postgraduate students encouraged to take part. Clubs and societies are generally divided into different categories including culture, sport, music, food, religion, nationality and others.
Students who decide on DMU as their university will enjoy all the benefits of campus life, whilst being situated right amongst the great facilities of a thriving city.
Leicester is a great place to be a student, offering a safe space to live and study as well as convenient access to accommodation, shopping, nightlife and all that’s on offer in the city centre. Leicester is an amazing student city with the latest Student Living Index (compiled by NatWest) ranking Leicester in the top ten ‘most affordable student cities’, based on the cost to students of food, rent and fun.
The city is steeped in culture and heritage, as well as being home to the most multicultural street in the UK and many exciting food options. Students can also choose to head outside the city centre to enjoy a wealth of beautiful countryside in the nearby regions.
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