Student’s Union Activities, Roles & Societies
This activity offers students studying, or with an interest in, journalism, media, marketing or event management an opportunity to expand their portfolio.
This activity is achieved through completing twenty hours of engagement with Mental Health initiatives through Student Support, Mind Your Mood and UUSU.
School/Department Reps and Faculty Reps are experienced Course Reps who have taken on the extra responsibility for your whole School/Department or Faculty.
So She Did is the University’s free programme that helps female students identify business opportunities, validate their ideas and start a side-hustle or new venture.
To be responsible for a Sports Union Club or Students’ Union affiliated Society in a leadership role (i.e. as Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer etc.).
Get EDGE accreditation and be part of a development team that will design, deliver and evaluate 'The Student Show' podcast on a weekly basis.
This activity is achieved through completing at least 20 hours of engagement with the UUSU Wellbeing Garden. Participants will have gained knowledge of sustainable food systems, social enterprises, and the importance of healthy living and wellbeing.
A student leader in the Students’ Union who has carried out a minimum of 30 hours volunteering over the course of an academic year to improve the student experience by gathering feedback, running campaigns and supporting the Campus VP Academic and Student Affairs.
The activity recognises the time and commitment a student gives to voluntarily (non-paid) sports coaching at a community sports club or in partnership with a sporting organisation.
The activity recognises the time and commitment a student gives to voluntarily (non-paid) sports coaching their club at Ulster University.
Many students volunteer externally – with not-for-profit organisations such as a community group or registered charity public sector body.