NUS Conference Roles

 

If you want to get involved but don't want to commit to a whole year then these could be the roles for you! Every year the National Union of Students in Scotland, and the National Union of Students UK hold conferences, and every students' union sends a delegation of students to debate and vote on issue impacting students everywhere. 

NUS Scotland Conference Delegation

  • Your UWS Students’ Union is part of NUS Scotland, and as such students from UWS are enabled to go to the NUS Conference, where all sorts of matters affecting students are debated and voted upon.
  • As a delegate you have 3 main roles as a NUS Scotland Conference Delegate which includes; voting on policy, voting in elections, voting on reports.
  • A minimum of three places are reserved for self-defining women.


NUS UK Conference Delegation

  • Your UWS Students’ Union is part of the National Union of Students, and as such students from UWS are enabled to go to the NUS Conference, where all sorts of matters affecting students are debated and voted upon.
  • The role of a delegate attending NUS UK Conference is to attend all sessions of conference, participate in debates on matters affecting students across the UK and to vote to elect various positions within NUS.
  • A minimum of two places are reserved for self-defining women.

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