Clubs & Societies

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AIT Clubs & Societies

Want to meet new people and experience new things? One of the best
ways of doing both is by joining one of our many clubs and societies. A
wide variety of sporting interests are catered for – indoor and outdoor
activities, team and solo sports, field and water-based. A wide range is
also evident in our societies and you will get the opportunity to
develop your interest in your area of study or in more leisurely
pursuits.

Students who wish to create a new club that is not currently catered
for at the institute will be mentored in the process of setting up the
new club by the staff of the Sports Department.

Sports Clubs

AIT Athletics Club/Athletics Ireland Fit4Life, Archery, Athletics,
Badminton, Basketball*, Camogie, Canoeing, Indoor Cricket, Equestrian,
Gaelic Football*,Golf, Handball, Hill Walking, Hockey, Hurling, Futsal,
Martial Arts, Kick Boxing, Orienteering, Paintball, Poker, Rugby*,
Sailing, Snooker/ Pool,Soccer*, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tag Rugby,
Tennis, Volleyball*.

*Indicates separate clubs for males and females.

Societies

Apprentices, Art/Design, Amnesty International, Catering, Hospitality
and Tourism (CATS), Chess, Chinese, Computer, Cumann Gaelach, Dancing,
Dental Nursing, Drama, Film, International, Lesbian and Gay, Mature
Students, Pharmacy Technician, Postgraduate (Research), Science, Social
Studies, St Vincent de Paul, Veterinary Nursing, Yoga, Young Parents
Group.

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