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Your Voice

We represent your views and work to make sure that your university experience is the best it can be.

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What do we do?

University of West London Students’ Union is led and directed by you, its 10,000+ student members. We are here for your experience, to represent your views and to get your voice heard. 

We work to take students’ views to where they count by providing opportunities for you to give feedback and enact change. The best way to get your voice heard is to get involved! Vote for your sabbatical officers, become a school or course rep and get involved in activities. You can also speak to all of these people about any issues you face or great ideas you have, and they will do whatever they can to help you.

You can always pop in to talk to one of your elected officers if you want to chat about anything on your mind! 

UWLSU works closely with the University to ensure you’re represented at every level. The Representation team manages the Course Rep Programme. Course Reps are volunteers who represent the views of you and your coursemates to your School, University and the Students' Union - so make the most of them!

How can you get involved?

You can make a difference to how your Union is run by voting in at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) that takes place in the first semester each year. The Union is led by three Elected Sabbatical Officers voted for by you, the students, so keep your eye out for elections and get involved by either running for an Officer position or voting for your favourite candidates.