Claire Pearce studied BA Media and Communications 2009-2012, she was a Student Representative for Media Communications and for the School of Humanities and Cultural Industries; Vice President of the Equestrian Society (2010/11) then President (2011/12). Read below to see how she developed her Skills For Life that she has taken into her career.
James Lloyd graduated in 2017 with a BA (Hons) in Business and Management (Marketing). He was President of the Poker Society, Senior Academic Representative for Bath Business School and a Student Trustee of the Students’ Union.
Find out who there is to represent you at Bath Spa Students' Union.
Emma Weskin graduated in 2012 with a BA in Creative Arts. During this time she was a member and then a committee member of sports clubs and societies before becoming Vice President Welfare with the Students' Union from 2012-2014. Read below to see how she developed her Skills For Life that she has taken into her career.
Charlotte Moore graduated in 2014 with a BSc in Biology. During this time she was a member of Equestrian Society and became President in 2013/14. Read below to see how she developed her Skills For Life that she has taken into her career.
To mark LGBT History Month 2018 - I have chosen a notable LGBTQ+ people in history who were invaluable to the cause and under the radar. #KnowYourHistory
Find out about the amazing 'Skills for Life' that you can develop with the Students' Union to help boost your profile. This a great way to help gain skills employers want to see that will last you a lifetime.
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The Students' Union has ben awarded the NUS People Award at this year's annual awards ceremony.
Bath Spa SU has won the NUS People Award 2018.
Bath Spa University Students' Union has been shortlisted for two national awards, the NUS Democracy Award and the NUS People Award.
The SU Awards Season is over! Check out who were the winners of the 2018 Student Awards, Student-Led Staff Awards and Athletic Union Awards
Find out who your new Vice President Education is and and meet your new student leaders for 2018/19.
Find out who is leading your club or society next year.
Find out who has been elected for 2018/19 and who your NUS Conference Delegates for 2018 are.
Bath Spa University Students’ Union sports clubs are lacing up to tackle homophobia in sport.
The National Centre for Diversity aims to advance fairness for all in the workplace by helping organisations to embed the best Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) practices.
Be a part of a new sustainable food enterprise at Bath Spa!
Response to the news of the previous Vice Chancellor's pay.
The Students' Union is proud to announce that it has been named as the Students' Union of the Year at the National Centre for Diversity Grand Awards 2017.
You need a range of talents to create a film or a magazine... Chances are you'll need a team to get all those skills. Creatives for You is a new social network exclusively for Bath Spa students - and it is Free!
Following the vote taken at the General Meeting on 16th January, the Union's Board of Trustees has approved that the Union should participate in the boycott of the National Student Survey 2017.
This Girl Can Week kicks off on Monday November 7th!
How did Bath Spa students respond to the question of whether the Students' Union should remain affiliated to NUS?
You’re in for the best three (at least) years of your life, starting with our Freshers 2016 Welcome Week!
Check out who got elected and the breakdown of the results for each position
The Annual BSU Ecumenical Chaplains’ Soup lunch initiative raised £1,109.67 over the past 2014-2015 and was matched by a Bath Spa University cheque for £1,109.
Find out about what your survey feedback told us and how we will aim to improve the way the Union addresses issues affecting Equalities and Diversity.