Society Awards

The Union Awards evening is one of the most exciting nights of the year! It takes lots of work and commitment to run a successful society. The Union Awards is our way of recognising all the effort societies put in across the year to support their members and provide them with opportunities they wouldn’t have otherwise. Thank you for improving the lives of students year on year. 

If you would like to nominate a society for an award, or several societies for different awards, please complete our nomination form. Please scroll down for further details.

 

This Year's Categories

Best Society

Which society stands head and shoulders above the rest? Who's had the best events, the most interesting speakers, the friendliest committee and the most fun?

Best Society Event (Academic)

Who's organised the most interesting talk? Who's planned the best workshop? Which event made you think differently about your course? The nominated event must have been related to a course taught at Brookes. Lectures, seminars, trips and guest speakers are examples of eligible events.

Best Society Event (Non-Academic)

Who planned the most exciting trip? Who put on the best performance? Who held the most lavish winter ball? Trips, socials, balls and performances are examples of eligible events.

Best Series of Events

Who runs the best classes? Who consistently attracts the best speakers? Which regular meet up do you look forward to most?

New Society of the Year

Which new society has brought something truly different to the Students' Union this year? Which new committee have been the most organised and put on the best events?

 

Make a Nomination

If you would like to nominate a society for an award, or several societies for different awards, please complete our nomination form.

Nominations will close at 4pm on Wednesday 8th March. Shortlisted nominees will be contacted soon after, inviting them to attend the announcement of the winners at the Students' Union Awards ceremony on Monday 24th April at the Four Pillars Hotel, Abingdon Road, Oxford.

The awards will be made based on what students say about the societies in the nomination, not on the number of nominations that a society has received. 

You can make nominations in as many categories as you like. You do not need to make a nomination in every category. You may nominate a society for several awards, or you may nominate a different society for each award. You may only submit the nomination form once, and you need to be logged in to your University email account.

 

The winners of the Brookes Union Society Awards 2016

Architecture - OxArch

The Mixology Society

Single event: Dance Society - The Dance Society Show

Series of events: Drama and Improv Society - Improv Nights

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