How are chapters run?
Chapters are run by students for students, like a computing society, but with support from the dedicated chapters team at BCS who assist with organising events, marketing and funding.
Why get involved?
As an IT student, you’re preparing to work in one of the most exciting professions of our age. Being part of a BCS student chapter gives you a great head start to your career.
Develop your IT knowledge and skills through discussion and debates, workshops, hackathons, guest speaker events and more.
Start building your own professional network by connecting with BCS members and tech employers in the local area.
Increase your confidence and boost your extra-curricular credentials - "committee leader" will look great on your CV.
Get to know like-minded students on campus and in universities across the chapter network, for both study and social activity.
Chapters near you
- Lancaster University
- Leeds Beckett University
- Liverpool John Moores University Girls in Tech
- Newcastle University
- Northumbria University
- University of Bradford
- University of Central Lancashire
- University of Hull
- University of Leeds
- University of Salford
- University of Sheffield
- University of Sunderland
Interested in setting up a chapter?
If there isn’t a BCS chapter at your university, it’s easy to start one yourself. You just need to know a handful of fellow students with a keen interest in IT who want to get involved.