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I spent a year as Vice President (Academic Affairs) at the University of Bath Students' Union.
An elected position, it combined a variety of roles, serving the student population of the University of Bath.
This page links to further information about the role.
My role - the two main elements of my job
Background - What is a Students' Union?
The University of Bath Students' Union is a membership-led organisation, working for the over 10,000 students of the University of Bath. These include students on the main University campus and at a number of associated colleges in the region.
The Students' Union exists to represent its members and provide them with services, support and opportunities for development to enable them to maximise the benefits of their overall student experience.
The Students' Union is run by the students, with strategic direction and coordination provided primarily by seven students known as Sabbatical Officers. These are elected annually by the students in a University-wide election, and spend a year working full-time for the SU.
The activities of the Students' Union are funded through a combination of funding from the University, and revenues generated from commercial activities - resulting in an organisation that spends over £11,500 a day.
Last updated: 6 Nov 2005
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