The Nigerian Society (TNS) is a community of students who share cultural values, enrich their minds, and provide support systems to incoming students, and current students at the University of West London (UWL). The aim is to promote the "Naija Impact", that is, the Nigerian Impact in the diaspora.
The Nigerian Society represents our diverse culture and areas of expertise that we want to showcase as a brand at UWL. Primarily, this group intends to promote a sense of togetherness and support for all its members, especially in helping first year’s with settling into their new environment. Through active collaboration, Nigerian students can share vital information and other details relevant to their successful completion of studies. The group will serve as a platform for Nigerian students to discuss crucial matters and add to the general body of knowledge towards the nation's development.
We are called The Nigerian Society; however, our events are open to anyone interested within the University of West London. Whether you are interested in cultural values, traditions, cuisine, dances, and merriment, watch out for our events - they promise to be colourful and exciting. As a diverse group, we have a rich culture to explore and share. We have planned activities for one calendar year, these include cultural events, one-to-one sessions, our annual UK Nigerian Society Day, and meet-ups.
Fee: £5 per academic calendar.
Our £5 membership fee gives members access to all our meetings, events, prize-winning competitions, and giveaways.
Committee Members and Positions
Chairperson – Obianuju Jane Uzonwanne
Events manager - Omatsola Diden