2016 ELECTIONS CANDIDATE LIST

, February 29, 2016

The candidates for this year’s elections are below. Manifestos can be read by clicking or tapping on the candidate’s name. RE-OPEN NOMINATIONS Every position has Re-Open Nominations as a candidate. This means if you don’t think any of the candidates are suitable, you can vote to start the election again and to get new candidates […]


HIIVE: WHY WE LOVE IT, AND WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT TOO

, February 26, 2016

What is Hiive? Powered by the industry skills body Creative Skillset, and inspired by the Creative Industries Council, Hiive offers the pick of creative job opportunities from leading employers across the UK. It allows users to build and showcase their online creative portfolio, the site helps creatives connect with people, courses, jobs, companies, and projects […]


WHICH POSITION IS BEST FOR ME?

, February 15, 2016

Elections are Coming! Over the next three weeks, elections is going to be hiding around every corner, waiting to spring out on you and demand your attention. But what are these elections about? Why should you get involved? What position is right for me? To answer all of your questions, we’re going to be writing regular […]


DSA CUTS AT UNIVERSITY FOR THE CREATIVE ARTS – STUDENTS’ UNION STATEMENT

, February 12, 2016

With the recent cuts to Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) the University for the Creative Arts has decided not become a Non-Medical Help (NMH) supplier. The University for the Creative Arts Students’ Union felt we needed to release a statement on this decision. We are keen to stress that any changes will not affect current students. […]


SIX STEPS TO A SWEET CAMPAIGN

, February 12, 2016

So you want to make an impressionable and winning campaign? But this is your first time? No sweat, in the union, we’re all about campaigning and we’ll take you through a great campaign, step by step. Step 1: Know what you want to say! You would be amazed how often this isn’t done! Candidates will […]


9 REASONS YOU SHOULD NOMINATE YOURSELF

, February 10, 2016

1. Get paid a decent graduate salary If you’re considering the Campus Officer position, then you’d be getting a salary of at least £16,900 – not bad as a starting salary for a graduate. 2. Improve your CV / portfolio As a Campus Officer, you would be one of the leaders of an organisation – […]


COULD THIS BE THE MOST IMPORTANT SURVEY YOU COMPLETE ALL YEAR ?

, February 9, 2016

It’s time again for the most important survey you’ll fill in all year!! (“WHAT?!?!  Not another one” I hear you say!) BUT this one has a different twist. It’s the NSS (National Student Survey) and is open for all 3rd and final year students. Actually, there is a similar thing for all other students also, called […]

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