Student Clubs


Student Clubs are a great way for students to develop social, educational and leadership skills. Involvement in recognized clubs and organizations at GMU allows students the opportunity to network, represent GMU, take part in the leadership and mentorship program and become engaged in events and service activities both on-campus and off campus.

Benefits of Student Club

There are many benefits to being involved in student clubs and organizations. Being a part of a group offers assistance with the following: career enhancement, communication skills, leadership skills, social networking, social skills, personality development, organizational and management skills, build a resume, long-lasting friendship and more.

List of Official GMU Student Clubs

  • Drama / Filmmaking Club
  • Volunteer Club
  • Women Empowerment Club
  • Movie/Anime Club
  • Dance Club
  • Chess/Board Game Club
  • Yoga Club
  • Robotics Club
  • Debate Club
  • Music Club
  • Photography Club
  • Cooking Club
  • Book Club
  • Academic Integrity Club
  • Beauty Club
  • K. S(e)oul Club
  • Sudani Club
  • Maghreb Club
  • Karate Club
  • Language/ Travel Club
  • Emarati Cultural Club
  • Saudi Cultural Club
  • Indian Cultural Club
  • Omani Cultural Club
  • Bahraini Cultural Club
  • African Cultural Club
  • Yemeni Cultural Club
  • Pakistani Cultural Club
  • Newsletter Committee
  • Sports Committee
  • Netflix Club
  • N Vitamin Club
  • Nigerian Club
  • French club
  • Environmental Club
  • GMU Formula 1 Club
  • Motivational Club
  • Mental Health Club
  • Caligraphy Club
  • Video Making Club
  • Sewing Club
  • Iraqi Club
  • Art Club
  • GMU FIFA Club
  • Nesmah Club
  • Animal Club
  • Peace Club
  • Self Care Club
  • Moxie Club
  • Gardening Club
  • Egypt Club
  • Anthropology Club
  • Filipino Club

* Club policies and leaders’ contact information is available at the Student Affairs department on the notice board. 


Club Posters 2023-24

Club Posters 2022-23

Club Monthly Report 2023-2024

Club Monthly Report 2022-2023

Students as Tutors: A Peer Assisted Learning Program

Peer-assisted learning (PAL) is a successful way to improve academic outcomes amongst groups of students, simultaneously encouraging personal growth and development. This initiative started as Peer-Tutoring Program by Dr. Shariq Khan MBBS, BSc (Hons), College of Medicine graduate, last year, under the Chancellors supervision and became very successful. After receiving feedback on last year’s program, we have found ways to improve it further this year. Now, this program has been renamed Peer-assisted learning (PAL)!


The Aim of this program is to

  1. Involve and serve students across all years of different programs,
  2. Enable and encourage students to take responsibility for developing, managing and sustaining PAL groups and activities.

Program Description

Peer-Assisted Learning has been established purely for the betterment and improvement of student knowledge. The program is initiated so that students can get experience as clinical tutors while other students in need receive academic assistance. In this program, student tutors will register and document every tutoring session. The student tutor can choose to do peer tutoring anytime, either in person or online. Student tutors will be trained to ensure they understand their roles (, mentor the less senior students, manage the group, etc.) after registering. A student supervisor will be chosen from each college whose responsibility will ensure student flow and constant promotion of the program in their respective colleges.


Roles & Responsibilities of the Student tutor:

  1. Each tutor must complete 50 working hours during office hours to receive the Peer Tutor certificate.
  2. All tutors must exhibit a professional attitude towards the students, and talk should be relevant to the assistance the student requires
  3. All tutors are to send the attendance sheets for their respective days to Ghazia Khan ( on the same day of their office hours
  4. Feedback meetings will be held on the 30th at the end of every month; attendance is


  1. Peers are allowed to share their notes with the students, not anyone else’s
  2. A meeting will be held with all the supervisors at the end of every week (Saturdays) for feedback
  3. In the scenario in which no students don’t come, or it is a “dry day,” peer tutors are requested to stay in the conference room for their total office hour



Club Annual Reports 2023-24

Club Annual Reports 2022-23

Club Annual Reports 2021-22

Club Annual Reports 2020-21