Kent Physics Society (PhySoc)

The Physics Society is an education based society for anyone interested in science, focusing primarily on physics. We cater to both physics students and those who don't study it, but are keen to learn more.

We host talks every week, ranging across all topics and levels of difficulty for you to attend, as well as hands on sessions. We're open to suggestions from our members too, so if you want to see a talk on a particular topic, just email us and let us know!

Members typically study

  • Sciences/Maths

The facts

We host talks every week, ranging across all topics and levels of difficulty for students to attend
We have 345 facebook members
We have 114 followers on twitter and 57 on our Women in Physics page
In September 2015 we launched a subsection to our Physics Society: promoting women in physics

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Join us every week for our vast array of socials, from pub crawls to movie nights, where you can meet likeminded people and just relax. We will be posting details of our socials on both our Facebook page and website, so make sure you keep an eye out there for what we’re up to.

PhySoc are proud to announce that from September 2015, we introduced our Women in Physics subsection. Open to all of our members (not just women!), we hosted talks tailored towards overcoming the issues women face in STEM industries, whilst giving our members the tools and expertise to take on the science world and pursue postgraduate studies. For more information, check out the WiP page on the PhySoc website or tweet us at @UKCWiP.

How to Join

Whether you're a current University of Kent student, you’re looking to join us in September or you're an alumni, please don't hesitate to contact us with any queries, concerns or comments.

You can email us, visit our website or our facebook and twitter pages for more information.