The Glasgow University Tech Society (GUTS) is the official student society for the School of Computing Science and aims to provide students with opportunities to socialise, develop their technical ability and connect with our industrial partners. From hackathons and workshops to pub crawls and black tie galas, the society is there for all students.
Our annual hackathon - Do You Have The GUTS? - is one of the largest hackathons in the UK, attracting students of all abilities from all corners of the country to compete in challenges set by our wide range of sponsors.
So whether you’re a tech enthusiast or someone with just a tiny bit (or byte) of interest, you are very welcome to join our events - it’s not all ones and zeroes! There’s no membership fee and no requirement for School of Computing Science students to apply for membership. Be sure to like our Facebook and join our Discord to stay up-to-date with us. For more information, check out the video below.
Casino themed end of year ball hosted in partnership with the Psychology society
48-hour online event with over 250 participants working in teams to solve challenges created by industry experts. Side events included challenges from other societies, a CV clinic, games and more.
24-hour online event with over 200 participants working in teams to solve bite-sized challenges created by GUTS and industry experts.
Helping first years hit the ground running.
No balls this year, but we had an evening of fun and games!
Weekly event hosted on Discord every Saturday at 7PM Glasgow-time. Games chosen by popular demand including JackBoxes, as well as all the other online classics.
Held in collaboration with the Glasgow University Consulting Society, this event offered an introductory level workshop in Data Analysis using Python, NumPy and Pandas, based on the material delivered by the University of Edinburgh's EdIntelligence Society.
And a much wider committee of dedicated helpers!