Building a community for African students

Together, we are building a vibrant and supportive community for African students.

Providing a platform for African issues

The society has been one of the most important platforms for African issues for the past 60 years.

Connecting change agents passionate about Africa

The society brings together people, from all backgrounds, who share a desire for positive change in Africa.

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The Oxford University Africa Society (AfriSoc) focuses on African affairs at the University of Oxford. The Society seeks to set the agenda for the future of the African Continent by providing a platform for students hailing from or interested in Africa to critically engage. Above all, AfriSoc is a community of change agents passionate about Africa.

Our Society came to life in 1958 and has become the platform for the discussion of African contemporary issues. It became a vibrant forum within the University at times of many African states becoming independent after decades of colonialism.

The society is an official student club of the University of Oxford (registered through the Proctor‘s Office on an annual basis).

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Oxford University Africa Society 2019/2020 President’s report.

Posted by oxford on July 3, 2020 in Uncategorized

About a year ago, the 2019/2020 Executive Committee of the Oxford Africa Society was established. Even though, our tenure was disrupted by a pandemic, we are nevertheless proud of the […]

Congratulations to the new Executive Committee

Posted by oxford on July 2, 2020 in Blog

We are excited to announce the members of the 2020/2021 executive team. Under the leadership of President Elisha Ngetich we hope that they will achieve great things. To learn more […]

The Oxford Africa Society Advisory Board

Posted by oxford on July 2, 2020 in Blog

We are pleased to announce the inaugural members of the Advisory Board of the Oxford Africa Society formally established in Trinity term 2020 under the Presidency of Nwamaka Chidera Ogbonna. […]