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University of Gloucestershire Students' Union
Transcript of University of Gloucestershire Students' Union
Opportunities and Activities
Student Opportunities Manager
What is the Students' Union?
Over 30 student led sport clubs
1,000 students engaged in sport
Compete in BUCS regionally and nationally
Give something back
Make a difference to others
Help those less fortunate
Spend time away from work
Part Time Paid Work
Student friendly, 20 hours per week, always meets minimum wage, employers all checked by the SU
On campus work- students worked over 6,000 hours last academic year
External vacancies listed
Talent bank- matches you with jobs
Competitions and employability advice
What Opportunities and Activities are there?
What's in it for you?
Skill development- Commercial Awarness, Communication, Team work, Negotation, Problem solving, Leadership, Organisation, Perseverence and Motivation, and Confidence
Meet New People
Expand your horizons
Get the most out of your time here
More than a degree
Our objective is to enhance the Student Experience at the University of Gloucestershire
We do this by-
Promoting the interests and welfare of students
Representing, supporting and advising students
Being the recognised representative channel between students and the University and any other external bodies
Providing social, cultural, sporting and recreational activities, and forums for discussions and debate for the personal development of our students.
Part Time work
Blue and Blue
Fair Trade Fortnight
Student Led Teaching Awards
Go Green Week
How can you get involved?
-Develop new events
How can you get involved?
Play and train
Lead and develop your club
Run events and fundraisers
Examples of Transferable Skills
‘It’s not just what you’ve done, it’s being aware that you’ve developed as a result and then spelling this out to recruiters.’
Gemma Adams, vice-president of recruitment for Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International (MUSI), asks: ‘Are you virtual trading? Do you have your own portfolio? Are you a member of a society where you’ve done something innovative? Give us an example – don’t just give us the standard, “I’m really keen on the markets”, because anyone can say that. We really need to see a bit of evidence.’
What can you do?
Cheltenham Chilli Company
Core Blimey Juice and Cider
Business Planning- Venture into Enterprise
Business Support to Start Your Own Venture
‘I established a fundraising project for a local charity. I identified a target audience and used a suitable tactic to encourage them to donate. In the end I managed to raise an amount that exceeded my projections.’
An Example of being Enterprising
Gain new skills, knowledge and experience
Enhance your CV
Get to know your community
Over 40 societies including-
People and Planet
Your SU Events Society
Or you can start your own!
The SU represents you!
Led by students for students
Change Your Course. Change Your Union. Change Your Campus.
4 full time officers
11 part time officers
300 course reps
15 Head Reps
Are you interested in getting involved?
Email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Already running social enterprise where you can develop your skills
Start up your own with our support
Greener Gloucestershire Project
Develop real sustainability skills and help green local businesses
Events and Campaigns
Go Green Week
How engaging with extra curricular activities made Annette more employable