applying for a sabbatical officer role is your chance to lead change at ual and arts su. 

launch your career getting paid £25,884 to spend an academic year making sure that student experience at ual is the best it can be.

lobby ual for the movements and facilities you want to see on campus.

work with senior university staff to improve student experience, welfare and teaching.

gain experience curating events and campaigns.

increase visibility and awareness for the students you represent.

click for more information about how and why to get involved.

click to nominate yourself. applications close 23rd february 2020, midnight.

having trouble nominating yourself or have any questions?                             don't hesitate to contact democracy@su.arts.ac.uk

full time officers

activities officer | campaigns officer | education officer | welfare officer

paid roles, with the most influence at arts students' union. take a year away from your academic studies to work with us or use this as your first job opportunity if you're in your third year.

you set the priorities and direction for arts su over the coming year, in order to design, change or influence ual to provide it's students with the best possible experience.

applications for full-time roles are now open.

*click on the role names to find out more

part time officers

college officers | camberwell | chelsea | csm | lcc | lcf | wimbledon

liberation officersblack students' | disabled students | international students' | lgbtq | women's | trans

section officers | mature and part-time | postgraduate | foundation

voluntary positions, that work alongside your existing academic timetable.

receive a dedicated budget to run events, campaigns and initiatives.

shape and advance your college, or represent a particular student demographic.

student trustee

this position will not be renewed for the 2020/21 academic year.

student trustees sit on trustee board twice per term. the board is responsible for setting the union's priorities, making sure our finances are in check and ensuring our initiatives benefit and represent our diverse body students.

the board includes our four elected Sabbatical officers, three elected student trustees and two people appointed for their expertise.

this is a position that is generally not held until in a very senior management role, so is excellent experience for your cv and professional development. 

nus delegate

nus national conference will take place 31st march - 2nd april and is attended by 1000+ delegates from students' unions across the country.

being an nus delegate is a great opportunity to shape the future of student politics. during the conference, they have three main roles: they will vote to elect the national executive, vote on policy and vote on reports. it is their job to hold the national executive to account and set the priorities for student campaigning over the coming year.

arts su funds all travel and accommodation for delegates.

 

student council

every student officer, alongside our club and society representatives, gets a vote at student council.

influence union decisions, and make lasting and impactful change for the benefit of the students you represent.

student council influences the union's policy and direction, as well as stating it's public stance on local and national issues.

*click on the role names to find out more

having trouble nominating yourself or have any questions?                      don't hesitate to contact democracy@su.arts.ac.uk