What is a Students' Union? How do I get involved? What is NUS? All your questions are answered below! And if you can't find what you need to know, email the Students' Union at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have over 50 different sport teams to join and 170 different societies. You can browse or sign up to a society or sports club at any time on the Students’ Union website.
At some point, everyone needs someone to talk to or a bit of advice - don’t ever feel like you are alone. The Students’ Union Advice Centre is independent of the University and is here for you if you have any problems. We give free and confidential advice to all students, just get in touch by calling 01792 295 466 or email email@example.com.
Our Student Voice (Opportunities and Sports) Coordinator, Thomas, can be on hand to offer you any advice you may need about getting involved in volunteering while at Uni. Drop them an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
NUS is the wider student movement – the National Union of Students. They exist to represent all students in the country. As a member of Swansea Students’ Union, you’re also a part of NUS too.
NUS TOTUM cards are the famous student discount cards – you can use them on the high street and online to get fantastic savings on fashion, cinema, rail tickets and loads more.
For just £12, you’ll get all these discounts for a full year – after just a few savings, the card practically pays for itself.
You can order yours by either calling into the Students’ Union or if you want to start saving straight away, you can get one from the NUS website.