UKSEDS has dozens of branches all over the country. They’re ordinary university societies run by students who love space. Check below to see if your university has a branch – if not, set one up!

Why join?

Starting a branch of UKSEDS is easy, and benefits include:

  • Support, resources, and advice on running space projects, securing sponsorship, and hosting events
  • Networking opportunities with industry, sponsors, and space organisations.
  • Opportunities to get involved in national projects, outreach activities, and space events.
  • Access to a national network of students and space enthusiasts, as well as speakers from academia, and all parts of the space industry.
  • Regular updates on the UK space community and space events through our newsletter Ecliptic.
  • Help with producing and printing promotional materials for print and the web.
  • You can apply for our grants (projects we’ve funded include high altitude balloons and hybrid rocket engines)

Register your branch here.

Already running a branch and in need of some guidance or ideas? Want to set one up, or get an existing society affiliated? Take a look at our Branch Guide for more information or contact our Membership Officer at [email protected] and you’ll be sorted in no time.


UKSEDS is keen to help and support all our branches in any way that we can. Take a look at our Freshers packs and how to apply for Branch Project Grants.

UCL Physics Society

University: University College, London
Email: [email protected]
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Run a branch that isn’t listed on here? Complete the registration form above if you haven’t already, or email [email protected] and we’ll get it sorted out.