At UWE Bristol, students can get involved in a variety of community societies.
National, faith and identity student societies bring together students who share similar demographics, identities, cultures & beliefs. They are passionate about sharing their backgrounds and interests and teaching all UWE Bristol students about them.
Representatives from these societies are invited to the Equality and Diversity Forum.
Students' Union Presidents and Officers
The Students’ Union has 17 elected Presidents and Officers who represent students on their issues. The part-time Officers are elected specifically to work to represent the interests of different student groups within UWE Bristol. They work to make sure that their specific student group has a voice within the University and in the Students’ Union.
The roles are:
• International Students Officer
• BME Officer
• Disabled Students Officer
• LGBT Officer
This year they have worked on campaigns within the University such as Black History Month, Africa Week, Disabled History Month, Disability Awareness Month, One World Celebration, LGBT History Month, and World Aids Day.
The National Union of Students (NUS) has a number of networks for different student groups which also lead campaigns on different issues:
• Black students
• Disabled students
• Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students
• International students