Formed in 1922, the NUS celebrates it's 100th Birthday!
This years conference took place on 28-29 March in Liverpool, UK. The conference was attended by delegates across the UK. During the conference workshops took place to analyse proposals being brought forward by the NUS and electing the new officer team for 22-24.
At this time, the SU would like to congratulate the following officers in their successful bids:
The SU look forward to working with the elected officers over the course of the next 2 years and wish them luck as they transition into their posts in June 2022.
A Statement from our Sabbatical Officer
"This academic year has been a challenge due to the current pandemic, but as the UK opens, and restrictions slowly ease, it was a welcomed invitation to attend the NUS Conference in Liverpool. I missed my chance in Glasgow 2019, when I was HE President, incidentally, this turned out to be the last in person NUS conference until now!
It was a fantastic chance to see how NUS has responded to NUS, and the work they are currently doing to enhance student experience, and fight for students. A personal highlight was meeting other Sabbatical Officers and elected officials at their respective College and Universities, and gaining a deeper understanding of how Students' Unions can and should be run. I managed to interact with institutions across the UK with a variety of students from FE to HE. I hope that I can bring some of the stuff I have learnt from other institutions back to B&FC to enhance student experience, and I hope this is reciprocated.
After reading the manifestos and listening to the newly-elected officers campaign, I have no doubts the NUS is in great hands, and my only hope is B&FC can create strong, sustainable bonds with the NUS Vice Presidents of FE and HE." - Jamie Crawford (Students' Union Sabbatical Officer 2021/2022)
Prior to the conference, delegates elected 6 proposals to be discussed during the workshop sessions. The proposals discussed at the conference were: