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Malaysian & Singaporean

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The Leeds University Malaysian and Singaporean Society (MASSOC) is a society that was formed in 1984 with the purpose of helping Malaysian and Singaporean students cope with the challenges of living abroad. As the cultures and lifestyles of Malaysia and Singapore greatly differ from those of the UK, students from these countries who have just started embarking on a new chapter of their education in the University of Leeds tend to have difficulty adapting to the conditions of their new environment. We want the transition from East to West to be as smooth as possible, so that they can start enjoying themselves in Leeds, as well as adhering to their core duties of being up to date on coursework and keeping their grades in check.

  • Our main aim is to provide a sense of belonging to the Malaysian and Singaporean students in Leeds as well to promote the beautiful colours & cultures of Malaysia and Singapore to everyone in the UK. 
  • We have an array of members of different nationalities and religions and anybody can join us.
  • We have numerous activities every year, covering all types of interests from trips to night outings to cultural events. Browse through the pictures for an idea of the activities. There is definitely something for everyone! 

As the saying goes, “home is where the heart is”. That is why we strive to be as Malaysian/Singaporean as possible, to create a mini Malaysia/Singapore right here in Leeds.

Want to find out more about our society? Join us and we guarantee that you won't be disappointed!

Useful documents

  • Social Guidelines

    Should you be running a social, check out the guidelines for events you run.

  • MASSoc Constitution

    A governance document that holds all the legislature of being the Malaysian and Singaporean Society.


The following groups or projects are run by Malaysian & Singaporean


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