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NUS Delegate

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

As an affiliated member of the National Union of Students (NUS), an organisation with over seven million members, LSESU is entitled to send voting delegates to the National Conference. NUS National Conference will be held online form 6-8 April.

At the conference you will have the chance to join in the debate on the key issues facing students across the United Kingdom, as well as to vote for the student representatives who lead NUS. This is also a great opportunity to meet fellow students passionate about making a difference in the Higher Education sector, providing delegates with a key networking opportunity.

If you are elected, you will be expected to:

  • Prepare for the conference by consulting with students on the issues they care about and potentially submit motions for debate.
  • Vote for the various student representatives elected at conference and the motions submitted for debate.
  • Feed back to students on what happened at the National Conference.

 

Due to NUS' Fair Representation rules, at least 50% of our delegation must define as women. 

Two of our three current NUS delegates do not self-define as women. This position is therefore reserved for women.