AeroSoc is the official student-run society for the Aerospace Engineering degree at the University of Bristol.
We are a growing society, officially affiliated with the Student’s Union and working closely with the Aerospace Engineering department to run trips, career & social events, lectures and support schemes.
We are committed to helping our members achieve the highest quality education and make the most out of their time at university. We aim to provide our members with information and opportunities related to the engineering industry, facilitate a means of dialogue between students and employers about placements and career prospects and offer both academic and social support. We are committed to ensuring that all our members receive fair and equal opportunities during their time with us.
In addition to this, we plan to arrange multiple social opportunities for our members throughout the academic year. A range of activities will be planned with the intention of being as inclusive as possible, with events such as go-karting and the annual Parenting Social, in which first years are assigned ‘parents’ from the older years for their time in Bristol. Parents encourage attendance at socials and provide information and academic assistance throughout the year.
In previous years Aerosoc has organised trips to Toulouse, which as well as being a great trip abroad provided those who went with valuable insight into the industry by means of a tour of Airbus. It is likely that there will be a similar trip planned for Easter 2018.
Aerosoc currently has one sports team competing in intramural football. There is an opportunity to trial for the team at the start of the year and matches are played throughout term one and two.
Aerosoc Committee 2017-18:
• President: Kate Goldup
• Vice President: Ewan Harris
• Treasurer: Richard Cowan
• Secretary: Tom Orme
• Social Secretary: Katy Pugh
• Social Secretary: Rory Axton
• Project Manager: Chloe Hodson
• Sports Secretary: Aidan Campbell
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