In March every year, six officers are elected by the students to be their representatives, with the aim for our SU to be run by our students for our students. Any students can apply to become Sabbatical Officers.
It’s clear that employers look more positively on students who have developed a range of practical skills and knowledge. The opportunities available at the SU are all really good ways of developing your own skills.
Whether you want to get really involved by bringing something to be discussed, or you just want to come along to hear what other people are saying about issues that you care about, everyone is welcome!
The Advice Service aims to provide free, confidential and non – judgmental support, representation, and advice to all Plymouth University students.