Welcome to the Association of Inter-Varsity Clubs
IVC groups exist to provide social, recreational and cultural opportunities for professionals and like minded people across the UK. There are 41 groups throughout the UK with around 4,000 members in total.
All AIVC member groups are voluntary organisations that are run by the members for the members on a not-for-profit basis.
Each IVC Club is autonomous which allows the members in that club to run it in ways that suit that club. AIVC (Association of IVC Clubs) exists to allow clubs to co-operate and support each other.
Although all IVCs are run on broadly the same lines they do have variations in joining requirements and procedures.
To find your nearest IVC go to the "Find an IVC" tab above.
Once you've found IVCs that you might be interested in joining you should visit their web site and ask them about their IVC and how you can best join up and start having more fun!
Deadline for Conference motions was 8 May 2016
The deadline for motions to the AIVC Conference 2016 was 8 May 2016 (two months prior to the Conference AGM). The motion(s) from your club should have been received by the AIVC Secretary and AIVC Chairman by this date in order to be included in the Conference Agenda.
Contact the AIVC Secretary if you want to raise any matters under "Any Other Business".
Outline for AIVC Conference 2016
Click on the link below to download a PDF outline for all that's happening over the Cambridge Conference Weekend 2016
Outline of Conference Weekend 2016 (PDF Download)
ActivityExchange Is Gone!
There was a fire and the service is not being reinstated. The AIVC Committee are therefore continuing to develop their future strategy for dealing with AIVC events, AIVC Address List and other communications without the use of ActivityExchange. Any changes introduced will, as far as reasonably possible, be done in consultation with club committees.