Excelling academically is extremely important, but it is also important to get involved in a
range of student life activities to develop into a well-rounded graduate. At Belgium Campus
iTversity, we believe that student life is what you make it.
Our extracurricular activities are based completely on the interests of our student body, under the management of the SRC. Below are some of the popular social, cultural and sporting activities offered at our campuses:
The Belgium Campus Football Club is fully
managed by Belgium Campus students and monitored by the Belgium Campus SRC. The
club is open to all students, staff members and alumni of the iTversity, and it
provides a fun way to keep fit and make friends.
Made up of an A team and a B team, the club participates in the Akasia Local Football Association Super League, and in a number of friendly matches against local teams.
If you are
into competitive gaming this is the club for you. The Belgium Campus
Gaming Generation is Belgium Campus’ official esports club.
The club represents Belgium Campus at official gaming events and enjoys perks including discounts on gaming equipment, special prices on hosting packages for websites and invitations to invite-only events.
At Belgium Campus we strive to expose our students to various opportunities and
competitions that help them grown in their field and as individuals. Hackathons are
sprint-like events that challenge participants to use the latest devices and
technology, to develop new and exciting solutions to the world’s challenges.
Our students have participated in local and international hackathons including: Hack the Waste, GirlCode Hackathon, the Entelect Challenge University Cup, Hack the Goals, TADHack Johannesburg, and the WRC Symposium Hackathon.
The SRC Event Planning Committee is responsible for organising all the social events
on campus, based on the interests of the studens. Events include, a spring festival,
a carnival, movie nights, game nights, braais, costume contests and a Mr and Miss BC
These events provide students with a safe and regulated environment where they can de-stress, make friends and build a sense of unity.
The most popular cultural activities at our iTversity are chess and the Belgium
Campus Choir. You will often see students gathered around our giant chessboard
engrossed in the game, waiting in anticipation for that final checkmate.
The Belgium Campus Choir has had the honour of opening Belgium Campus’ Official Academic Opening Ceremony. Choir auditions are held to determine which students are selected to be part of the choir.