UCLan Students' Union is a registered charity and run independently from the university. It is led by students, for students, and consists of a group of Full Time Officers, Course Reps, School Officers, School Presidents and Liberation Officers, who work to represent the voices of the students and make positive changes. They also run events, oversee clubs and societies and generally ensure students are enjoying their university experience.
The SU also runs a Course Reps system where students elect another student to represent their course at meetings held with staff throughout the academic year.
Based on the Preston Campus, the Students’ Union is accessible to all UCLan students. When you enrol as a UCLan student you automatically become a member of the Students’ Union.
The SU have won several awards including an Investing in Volunteers recognition, a Gold Level Green Impact from NUS for their environmental practices and an Investors in People Award at Silver Level.
UCLan offers a wide range of clubs and societies for students to get involved with. Societies range from drama club to a student radio station – ideal for all budding journalists, and there are also plenty of sports clubs and teams.
Students are also encouraged to give something back through volunteering, with the University's ‘Inspiring Projects’ opportunities.
University of Central Lancashire students on Postgraduate Search say:
“Excellent- Great facilities and opportunities.”
Based in the North West of England, Preston is a vibrant, cultural and friendly place, as well as a popular student town (over 30,000 live there), with the railway station just a 10-minute walk through the city centre.
Close to the coast, the city offers plenty of attractions, including two shopping centres, art galleries, museums, the cinema, coffee shops and restaurants. For those who enjoy a night out, there are also many bars, clubs and pubs around the city, as well as venues such as Level - Preston's newest leisure venue, based in the Guild Hall in the city centre. There's everything from bowling, crazy golf and darts to an assault course, karaoke booths and laser tag.
Preston is also one of the most networked cities in the country, located a short distance from the coastline, Lake District, Manchester, Liverpool and several international airports.
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